The U.S. economy added a disappointing 142,000 jobs in September, reflecting a slowdown in the labor market amid turbulent global growth.
The jobless rate remained at 5.1 percent, maintaining the lowest level since April 2008, but only because people stopped looking for work last month, the Labor Department reported on Friday.
The data raises concerns about the resilience of the U.S. economy and could signal weaker growth after a strong showing in the April–June quarter, when the expansion hit a 3.9 percent annual pace.
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