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'We are still in a deep economic hole': 5 economists explain why the June jobs report is weaker than it appears

Business Insider Thursday, 2 July 2020
'We are still in a deep economic hole': 5 economists explain why the June jobs report is weaker than it appears· The June jobs report released Thursday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics beat economist estimates by showing more jobs were added than expected. 
· In addition, the unemployment rate declined more than economists expected. 
· Still, economists warn that the report only captures data from the first half of June, before...
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