Analysts Split on Job Outlook Employment figures released this week show that new jobs are being created and that fewer people are out of work. But the job market remains in a nearly continual state of flux, and some analysts say job growth is still far behind the numbers needed to support a robust economic recovery. NPR's Jack Speer reports.
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Job Forecast Divides Economists

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Job Forecast Divides Economists

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Job Forecast Divides Economists

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Employment figures released this week show that new jobs are being created and that fewer people are out of work. But the job market remains in a nearly continual state of flux, and some analysts say job growth is still far behind the numbers needed to support a robust economic recovery. NPR's Jack Speer reports.