NEW YORK - United States hiring in January topped all forecasts while wage gains cooled and the government shutdown pushed up the unemployment rate, signaling job gains remain robust without major inflation pressures that would worry Federal Reserve officials. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 304,000, the most in almost a year, after a downwardly revised 222,000 gain…
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