What unemployment rate should we be aiming for?

Job seekers wait in line to have their resumes reviewed at a job fair on November 9, 2011 in San Francisco, California.

Unemployment dropping to 7.5 percent has got to be the economic story of the month. Still, you may be saying, if only we could get that down to zero. But the dismal scientists beg to differ -- they say zero unemployment would actually be a problem. So what then is the goal?
Marketplace's economics correspondent Chris Farrell joins Morning Report host David Bracaccio to explain.

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Chris Farrell is the economics editor of Marketplace Money.
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In addition, the results have been revised job growth over the previous two months, the March figure rose to 138 thousand, while the previously mentioned an increase of 88 thousand, in February, the number of jobs in the U.S. economy has increased by 332 thousand.
Currently, the number of jobs is growing; it suggests a positive situation in the labor market.
It became known that the number of Americans who applied for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week to its lowest level in five years.
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