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www.forbes.com 10.9 Million Americans Are Still Unemployed, Rate Ticks Down To 6.7% As Experts Warn Job Market Could Take Years To Recover

The U.S. added back just 245,000 jobs in November–roughly half the number economists were expecting.
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