July was another fine month for jobs, with the unemployment rate falling to 4.3 percent, labor-force participation rising, and nonfarm payroll employment up by 209,000. The biggest story of the Aug. 4 employment report, as noted by the Hamilton Project (a Brookings Institution offshoot focused on economic growth), may have been that it marked the…
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