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Current Event: The  unemployment rate unexpectedly dipped to 9.7 percent in January, from 10 percent in December,  the  government reported Friday, buoying hopes that  the  worst job market in at least a quarter-century is finally  improving. But a different survey in  the  Labor Department's report found that  the  economy lost 20,000 net jobs  during  the  month, muddying  the  picture and underscoring  the  formidable struggles still confronting millions of  Americans. Yet with  the  pace of decline slowing, most experts focused on signs that  the  economy was  recovering after  the  longest recession since  the   Great   Depression . GOODMAN, PETER S., and Javier C. Hernandez. "Jobless Rate Falls to 9.7%, Giving Hope Worst Is Over."  New York Times  06 Feb. 2010:  1.  Academic Search Complete . EBSCO. Web. 21 Feb. 2010. SIXTEEN months ago, our financial system teetered on 
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