Employment is growing at a slower pace. This is gleaned from the August payroll report that reported the U.S. economy added just 130,000 jobs, down from an average of 190,000 a month over the past eight years, since we emerged from the great recession. Moreover, this 130,000 figure was somewhat padded by the census bureau adding 25,000 temporary workers to the federal government. Continue Reading…

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