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We’re live-charting the vigorous (and vigorously revised) US jobs report

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It’s jobs Friday, arguably the world’s most important monthly economic update. (It is, after all, the premier report on the health of the world’s largest national economy.)

The report showed 257,000 new jobs were created in January, and the unemployment rate was 5.7%. Revisions to the December and November figures were even stronger. We’re live-charting the report.

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