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They can't work when there aren't jobs
An increasingly bleak job market is having devastating effects on the nation's families
The president wants to fund his $447 billion jobs bill by scrapping tax breaks for hedge fund managers — and families making north of $250,000 a year
Employment growth exceeded forecasts in July, with 117,000 new jobs added to the economy. But before you get too optimistic...
The Labor Department delivers an economic "punch to the gut" of the nation — a disheartening jobs report that spurs a frenzied round of finger pointing
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