Overall the March jobs situation is a little better than people were expecting, with 216K new jobs created in the month.
But internally there are reasons to be bummed.
Two numbers stand out:
The average duration of unemployment jumped to 39 weeks in March, from 37.1 in February.
Wages, which had been improving a little bit, stalled out and were flat month over month.
Both show ongoing slack.
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