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January sees steady growth in jobs.

By EmploymentCrossing  |  Dated: 01-31-2013

Job growth has been steady in the current month. Employers have been on the hiring spree, thouh the rate is not very high. The steady growth in hiring has contributed to improved economy in spite of speculation that budget debates in the parliament could still put a spoke in the recovery process.

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Job growth likely modest but steady in January

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