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WASHINGTON, DC-The Department of Labor reported that the US economy created 80,000 jobs in June, almost of all of which were in the private sector. It also said the unemployment rate held steady at 8.2%. The monthly report, released Friday morning, was very much a story of a national labor market that is still growing—but at a far slower pace than it did at the beginning of the year. While some jobs were added in the professional and business services sector, employment in other major industries changed little over the course of the month—a pattern that emerged a few months prior to June.

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