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Wall Street finally got a good look at the US jobs climbing after the shot down.
US employers added 140000.
Jobs in September below the estimate for 180000.
The Labor Department says the unemployment rate fell to a five year low of seven point 2% after 73000 people joined the workforce still -- -- more than eleven million people without jobs and looking for work.
Today's reading -- delayed two and a half weeks because of the partial government shutdown when it comes to the Federal Reserve most analysts outlooks remain unchanged saying -- bond buying stimulus will continue.
We've had three years of jobs and 3150 into waters around once and -- now there are continuing to decline.
Now that was a three shut down number next months is going to decline as well.
So I can say that.
With no growth but not even -- -- the federal continue to -- On Wall Street more printing means more buying on main street one group of Americans is getting hit hard.
It's a bad report let's just be honest about it and this is continued throughout the year.
There's no growth is projected really you -- in variations in the number and we'll take a look at November December but.
This is a tough thing especially in the manner that it's hit young Americans once again.
But it's not all bad news the average workweek was unchanged at 34 point five hours and -- -- an increased hours of existing workers before adding new ones.
There's a lot of are being made it obamacare is called to cut back on their hours.
This -- report says that's not truth the second closing numbers at the same -- when it comes to hourly work -- -- our average hourly work -- -- For more log on the foxbusiness.com.
In new York and Jo -- can't.
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