Tough U.S. jobs report shows Biden’s rocky road to full economic recoveryBusiness · 11:11 PM UTC
President Joe Biden reacted on Friday to a disappointing April jobs report by saying the U.S. economy has a "long way to go" before recovering from its pandemic slump, and he urged Washington to do more to help the American people.
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