Bureau of Labor Statistics
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The unemployment rate has increased 1.4 percent in the past 12 months.
Even bullish economists expect continued problems in the labor market.
U.S. payrolls continue to shed jobs. September losses were worst since March 2003.
Feds' economic figures aren't connected to reality.
Data on rent suggest that home prices may revert to pre-boom levels.
To avoid negative stereotypes, career-oriented women should be separated from non-career-oriented women.
The economy loses 80,000 more positions in March.
The consumer price index shows steady prices in February.
But the low unemployment rate still leaves room for hope that a recession can be avoided.
Solid jobs and income numbers are more signs that the economy continues to grow.