The economy's weak spot: jobs

Unemploymentf ell in new numbers out Friday, but job creation remains disappointing.

By MSN Money Partner Sep 6, 2013 10:14AM

Here's a graphic look at the state of the recovery.

 

State of the recovery / MSN Money

 

 

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