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The jobs report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday will be an important indicator of whether the economy is growing and improving.

A strong jobs report can be used to help a president and his team plan how to respond to a recession.

But the job report won’t provide a clear picture of what’s really happening in the economy, because it does not count people who have been laid off.

So we won’t know if companies have made hiring more difficult because of the jobs report.

The jobs report was prepared in conjunction with a new survey by the Pew Research Center.

It includes data on the employment of workers age 25 and older and the age-adjusted wages and hours they worked last year.

It was released Friday, the first day of the Labor Day holiday, and the unemployment rate is down to 7.7 percent.

The number of people who said they were actively looking for work dropped to 4.2 million from 4.7 million.

That number is also down from the peak of 9.5 million in late March, when the unemployment rates hit 9.9 percent.

The number of workers who said that they had lost a job was also down slightly from the previous survey.

The unemployment rate was 5.9 percentage points lower in March than it was in February.

The unemployment rate dropped to 8.2 percent in the month of July.