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The U.S. is experiencing job growth in business and professional services and a high demand for financial and accounting jobs to be filled.
Although the economy is seeing a very slow and steady recovery, and unemployment levels are not expected to go back to normal for several years, increases in demand for workers in sectors such as business, information technology, manufacturing and banking are providing a glimmer of hope for those who have been unemployed for any significant period of time. Still, while 222,000 jobs were added to the payroll in private companies last month, experts say that the numbers need to be closer to 300,000 a month for the job market to be considered being back into full-swing recovery mode.