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it's the kind of job slowdown Wall Street fear becoming but there are a couple of bright spots to suggest the US is whether in what's going on in other parts of the world government data released Friday sometime in January fifteenth for my flow employers added a weaker than expected one hundred fifty one thousand jobs at the start of the year and the gains seem in November and December world vice lowers I'm currently Giddens in York and now the good news hiring in the manufacturing sector didn't fall off a cliff had expected despite weaker global demand also paychecks are scattered twelve percent spandex as a matter of fact over the past twelve months protects our two and a half percent bigger another bright spot the unemployment rate dropped to four point nine percent the lowest since two thousand eight return job seekers were rewarded by learning a new beauty particularly in retail food and drinking establishment and healthcare the report climbing a bit of an about face on the markets after taking out any chance of a federal reserve rate hike later this year just enough good news here to suggest the US economy is doing outrage and that means the federal reserve has room to stick to a plan to raise interest rates