The U.S. economy added almost twice the number of jobs in September than many experts predicted. We find out what accounted for the growth and what it means for the months ahead. We also talk about what a decline in social media use means for the traffic heading to news sites.
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Job numbers doubled economists' expectations—what does it mean for you?
Last week, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released data that shows that employment rose by 336,000 jobs in the last month—nearly doubling economists’ expectations. We talk to an economics expert about what’s driving this change in the job market, and what it could mean for inflation, interest rates and competition for jobs.
What happens to news as social media provides less web traffic
The amount of web traffic directed to news outlets from social media sites has decreased rapidly in recent years. A journalism professor joins us to explore what that means for the future of how we get our news.
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