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Posted on Moneywatch, April 1, 2010.  Article by Eilene Zimmerman It now takes almost as long to get a job in the U.S. — seven and a half months — as it does to produce your next of kin. That’s the longest slog since the Labor Department began tracking job search duration in 1948. Looked… Read more »

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Posted on Moneywatch, April 1, 2010.  Article by Eilene Zimmerman It now takes almost as long to get a job in the U.S. — seven and a half months — as it does to produce your next of kin. That’s the longest slog since the Labor Department began tracking job search duration in 1948. Looked… Read more »

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Originally reported on Reuters: (Reuters) – The shares of U.S. aerospace companies, including Dow component Boeing Co (BA.N), rose on Thursday as investors digested an improving outlook for the sector. Asian Markets The Standard & Poor’s Aerospace & Defense Index .GSPAERO rose to a year high on Thursday and aircraft maker Boeing was on track… Read more »

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By JEANNINE AVERSA (AP) (Originally posted March 30, 2010) WASHINGTON — Consumers spent modestly last month, a sign that the economic recovery is proceeding at a decent — but not spectacular — pace. The Commerce Department reported Monday that consumers boosted their spending by 0.3 percent in February. That was a tad slower than the… Read more »