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The Bachelor (1999) DVDRip MKV 400MB EXCLUSIVE


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The U.S. labor market is “stronger now than at any time in a half century,” the Labor Department announced Friday.

The announcement comes at a time when a group of economists say the U.S. is set to become the first major economy to enter a “recovery from recession” since the 2009-2010 financial crisis.

“Average weekly hours worked in February increased by 0.6 percent, which was the largest monthly gain in 13 years and the largest year-over-year increase since February 2001,” the department said in a press release.

Friday’s announcement comes on the heels of another solid month for hiring. The economy added 203,000 jobs in January as the unemployment rate dropped to a 10-year low of 5.8 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate is now down to 8.4 percent, lower than it was before the Great Recession.

Indeed, if you’re a small business owner looking for an employer of choice, the U.S. can still be a good place to work.

Aside from the low unemployment rate, companies are faced with a tight labor market, meaning there’s a good number of “job seekers” looking to fill positions.

This is good for the economy and can help to boost wages.

When you compare average hourly wages in January to the same time last year, they rose by 2.4 percent. This is the first time since December 2006 that wages have increased at a rate