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Demand for Workers Fell in June to Lowest Level in Nine Months

Despite decline, total job openings remain well above the number of available workers


U.S. job openings fell in June to their lowest level in nine months and hiring slowed, in new signs of a cooling labor market.

The Labor Department on Tuesday said there were a seasonally adjusted 10.7 million job openings in June, down from 11.3 million in May. That was the lowest level since September.


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