Job openings in U.S. declined in July to a five-month low

WASHINGTON – United States job openings declined in July to a five-month low, signaling a pause in demand for workers ahead of a cooling in August payrolls growth that indicates the labor market may be gradually losing momentum. The number of positions waiting to be filled fell by 31,000 to 7.22 million, according to the…

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