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Good morning stocks fell once again on Thursday closing out the Dow's worst month in two years the blue chips lost 6% in May.
And this morning news on the labor front weighed on the markets yesterday payroll processor ADP reported fewer than expected private sector jobs were created in the month of may.
And the Labor Department's weekly jobless claims spiked higher than economists predicted.
Today investors are focusing on the key government monthly jobs report.
Economists forecast 150000.
Jobs were added in May and that the unemployment rate will remain at eight point 1%.
As many Americans remain discouraged and are no longer of looking for work.
If you're still in college are thinking of getting another degree listen up experts say five fields -- the most in demand by employers this year.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers say the ongoing global financial crisis make -- -- degrees up passport to employment.
The group's research found nearly two thirds of employers plan to hire finance grads this year degrees in accounting or -- close second and computer sciences came third.
Electrical engineering and mechanical engineering rounded out the top five.
We'll move ever Hollywood video game publishers and their devoted fans are taking over Los Angeles gamers are descending on their -- the industry's annual.
But some companies will begin unveiling new products and hosting parties over the weekend.
Nintendo is looking to generate buzz for new -- -- hand held system and the major game publishers will offer fans sneak peeks of upcoming games such as.
Halo four and a possible new Star Wars title with splashy trailers it may even one up the film studios across town.
For more of the day's top stories log on to foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Robert --
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