More Americans are returning to the labor market. But more are also joing the ranks of the long-term unemployed.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics said it might have been undercounting the number of workers classified as "unemployed on temporary layoff."
The government's benchmark revisions showed 500,000 fewer jobs were created in 2018 and early 2019 than initially thought.
Labor Department data shows average monthly job creation has slowed significantly since 2018.
The report, while an improvement on February, is no cause for elation.
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