Jobs Numbers Up: Good News?

Friday, April 01, 2011

Although 230,000 jobs have been added and the unemployment rate has dropped, we're not seeing an increase in average hourly earnings. What does this mean for the economy? The Wall Street Journal's "Ahead of the Tape" columnist, Kelly Evans, explains what this means for Americans who are still struggling economically as food and energy costs continue to go up.


Kelly Evans

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