Diving Into Today's Rosy Jobs Report
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No single data release probably affects markets more than the monthly jobs report published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, which today noted that the economy added 204,000 workers in October. This focus is overblown because the changes are statistically insignificant and "noisy." Even so, studying longer-term job trends buried in the report is revealing.
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