February 28, 2024

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U.S. Loses 700K Jobs in March, Unemployment Rate Rises to 4.4 Percent

U.S. companies documented slicing 701,000 work in March, though the nation’s unemployment price rose to 4.4 p.c from 3.5 p.c in February. The worst employment report in a ten years is the tip of the iceberg, nonetheless. Economists be expecting a substantially worse labor marketplace in the months in advance. The Bureau of Labor Figures survey was executed in mid-March, before many states issued remain-at-home orders and ten million people today filed for unemployment gains.