Workers returning to job hunt keep U.S. unemployment rate high:

The U.S. economy is creating jobs again, but unemployment statistics are barely budging. The reason is that people who gave up finding a job are coming back into the labor market looking for work, economists said. The Economic Policy Institute estimated that about 2.4 million "missing workers" are without work but aren't officially counted as unemployed.

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