Job Growth to Hold Steady
Expectations aren't too high for today's report from the labor department.
Economists surveyed predict unemployment will remain at 7.6 percent.
That's despite an expectation tat 140,000 jobs were created in April, up from 88,000 jobs added in March.
Experts say April's expected jobs numbers are just more of the same, slow hiring the United States has seen over the past 12 months.
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