End of Hot-or-Cold U.S. Payrolls Shifts Focus to Wages, SlackBy
Pay gains slow while number of part-time workers rises
Measures could help determine path of Fed interest rate
U.S. job growth has swung from too cold, to too hot, to just right. Now the question is whether other labor-market measures such as wages and participation will warm up.
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