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MedZilla.com reports: Amid the country's concerns about the sudden drop in unemployment being due to lower than usual participation, areas where innovation is pushing the market ahead could
MedZilla.com reports: Manufacturing, warehousing and healthcare industries were looking for new workers last month.
MedZilla.com reports: Though fears from the two week government shutdown had analysts projecting bleak jobs figures from the Labor Department; Friday's report showed job creation was still
MedZilla.com reports: In spite of the government shutdown, the U.S. economy continues to adapt and grow.
MedZilla.com reports: Labor productivity increased at a rate of 2.3% this quarter; while the unemployment rate continued its downward trend, falling to a low of 7.3% last month.
MedZilla Reports: Though jobs were added in May, the pace was off from the yearly average as hospital employment shrank by 6,000.
Medzilla Reports: December marked the end of one of the most marked decreases in job cuts for a fiscal term since Clinton was in office and was the second lowest total of 2012.
Medzilla Reports: In November the nation saw an important drop in the country's unemployment rate, signaling the continued steady improvement of the overall economic situation (bls.gov, 12/7/2012).
Medzilla Reports: National Health IT Week began while August Jobs Report came on the heels of a wave of figures and predictions rolling in from the two major National Conventions in recent weeks.
MedZilla Reports: The Healthcare sector was revealed as one of the nation's biggest job creators after Washington released its latest numbers on the
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