The November jobs report showed that the unemployment rate is down to 7.7 percent, but three years after the recession, "we still are only about halfway back to breaking even on jobs," CNBC's Kayla Tausche told TODAY's Erica Hill. (TODAY)
Although 114,000 jobs were added in September, manufacturing remains weak. Job numbers are known for their volatility, economists say, and the key is to look for a consistent trend in job growth. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports. (Nightly News)
U.S. employers added 103,000 jobs in September, the government said Friday, but the nation's unemployment rate held steady at 9.1 percent. The stagnant job market is a big factor that's fueling the anger in anti-Wall Street protests. NBC's Chris Jansing reports.
President Obama announced a big push to find jobs for America's men and women in uniform, who often find themselves coming home from the front lines only to wind up on the unemployment line. NBC's Tom Brokaw shares the story of one soldier. (Nightly News)