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Topic - Henry Mo
U.S. employers stepped up their hiring in November, though they advertised fewer jobs for a second straight month. The mixed data suggest the job market has strengthened but employers remain cautious.
U.S. employers stepped up their hiring in November but pulled back slightly on the number of jobs they advertised.
Company job openings fell for the second straight month in June, a sign that hiring isn't likely to pick up in the coming months.
Henry Mo, an economist at Credit Suisse, said hiring hasn't rebounded as quickly.
Henry Mo, an economist at Credit Suisse, said in a note to clients that layoffs have fallen to pre-recession levels, but overall hiring hasn't yet rebounded.