Job openings in U.S. climbed in September to five-year high

WASHINGTON – Job openings in the U.S. climbed to a five-year high in September, indicating employers were confident about demand before the federal government shutdown. The number of positions waiting to be filled in the U.S. rose by 69,000 to 3.91 million, the highest since May 2008, from a revised 3.84 million in August, the…

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