Analysis: Revised data show job creation is slow, but growing

12/5/2011 | USA Today

The U.S. economy has added more than half a million jobs in the last four months, a significant change from earlier reports that showed stagnant job growth. Along with Friday's announcement that the U.S. gained 120,000 jobs in November, the Department of Labor revised its August no-new-jobs report to show more than 100,000 were actually added. But the European debt crisis and a stalled payroll tax cut could hurt the positive momentum.

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