Despite the high numbers, the news could be better: After steep declines in recent years, available jobs have just now returned to 2006 levels. But prospects are looking up, as consumers slowly start to eat out and take vacations after several years of decline.
Judging by the latest report on the state of the U.S. jobs market, it looks as if the economy may take an extended vacation.
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