March Unemployment Rate Lowest in 10 Years

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UNITED STATES  --  The U.S. unemployment rate dropped by 4.5% in March, making it the lowest it has been in 10 years.

Wages also increased by nearly 3% compared to one year ago.

However, the U.S. only added 98,000 that month; in February, it added 219,000.

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