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St. Louis Fed Official Weighs in on November Jobs Miss, Unemployment Drop

The U.S. jobs report fell way short of economist projections after adding just 210,000 in November compared to the expected 550,000. William M. Rodgers III, the VP and director of the Institute for Economic Equity at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, joined Cheddar to break down the jobs report and explained that while added payrolls didn't meet expectations, the economy is still progressing as the unemployment rate also fell 4.2 percent. "One month doesn't make a trend," Rodgers added.

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