The U.S. economy shed another 263,000 jobs in September, pushing the unemployment rate up to 9.8 percent, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
Working hours also declined for hourly workers, down to an average of 33 hours a week. Hourly earnings were a penny higher in September than they were in August.
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