Job growth slowed back to a moderate pace in August, and the nation's unemployment rate held at 4.9% for the third straight month, the government said Friday.
The latest jobs report from the Labor Department was largely ho-hum and unlikely to change the prospects for an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve later this month, or to give a boost to either presidential candidate with election day two months away.
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