The labor participation rate dipped to 62.4 percent from 62.6 percent, a sign that workers who were sidelined during the recession are still not being enticed back into the job market.
The labor participation rate dipped to 62.4 percent from 62.6 percent, a sign that workers who were sidelined during the recession are still not being enticed back into the job market. Amy Sancetta The Associated Press
The labor participation rate dipped to 62.4 percent from 62.6 percent, a sign that workers who were sidelined during the recession are still not being enticed back into the job market. Amy Sancetta The Associated Press

Lackluster job numbers raise concerns about the economy

October 02, 2015 05:54 PM

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