Pioneer Press: Economic turnaround continues: U.S. adds 162,000 jobs in March

Kevin G. Hall wrote about how the U.S. economy it starting to make a turnaround for the good as 162,000 jobs were added in March. More good news coming out of Washington included that the unemployment rate stayed steady at 9.7 percent for the third consecutive month.

Some other news of improvement included that instead of 26,000 jobs lost in January and 36,000 in February, they were determined to a gain of 14,000 jobs those months.

Other encouraging news showed that construction sectors added 15,000 jobs in March after 72,000 construction jobs were lost over the past 12 months.

It has been determined, however, that in order for the economy to completely rebound more than 11 million jobs still need to be created.

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