Employment History Just Got a Whole Lot Betterby
Today's employment report for January was pretty ordinary, what with its 157,000 increase in non-farm payrolls and slight uptick to 7.9 percent in the unemployment rate. But the past got a good deal brighter, courtesy of the Labor Department's annual benchmark revisions based on complete unemployment tax records for 2012.
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