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-- you got a reassuring snapshot of the US economy this morning.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell by 5000 last week.
To -- seasonally adjusted 305000.
At second lowest level in six years.
And a steady trend of declines means fewer companies are laying off workers.
And improving labor market is near on Wall Street with the S&P 500 climbing off of fresh new record high it hit last week.
-- take a closer look at the numbers even claims continue to follow the latest data shows that older Americans are staying in the workforce longer.
-- fewer younger people are just not working.
There are older individuals are staying at work longer a lot of that is because of the well that was lost during the downturn.
So you just say you know that group staying and working -- although their overall participation rates are still -- The -- the Specter.
Our school and trying to get educated because it is so difficult to find a job that that's the apps and -- hurt -- they were forced to speech at a low and for more -- on the foxbusiness.com.
In New York I'm Tracy Byrnes.
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