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JOB. By this term is understood among workmen, the whole of a thing which is to be done. In this sense it is employed in the Civil Code of Louisiana, art. 2727; "to build by plot, or to work by the job," says that article, "is to undertake a building for a certain stipulated price." See Durant. du Contr. de Louage, liv. 8, t. 8, n. 248, 263; Poth. Contr. de Louage, n. 392, 394 and Deviation.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Private sector job growth was weaker than it was through much of the spring, but rebounded from lackluster growth in the early summer months.
The Establishment Survey's nonfarm jobs figures will clearly be revised down as the QCEW data show job growth averaging only 177,000 a month in 2018.
And over the past three months, job growth has averaged a solid 186,000, enough to lower the unemployment rate over time.
New York's job growth index was 98.84, a year-over-year decline of 0.29 percent.
Job growth in professional and business services, retail, and leisure and hospitality is exceeding the rate of overall growth in 2018 (see Figure 2).
"The slowing job growth in manufacturing and agriculture was the biggest reason for the sluggish number," said Bin Hyun-joon, head of the employment statistics division at Statistics Korea.
Despite the historically low unemployment rate, Oregon's rate of job growth in 2017 actually was the slowest in five years - partly because so many jobs had been added in previous years.
Year-over job growth has remained above 3 percent for 26 consecutive months.
If you're more curious about geography, CNBC releases data from its Top States for Businesses survey every year, and part of that survey looks at job growth. Here are the states with the ( greatest job growth :
An influx of new supply has kept rents from increasing, however, area job growth has been steady.
The monthly job growth averaged 186,000 in 2016, which is "well above the pace needed to maintain a low and stable unemployment rate," read a statement by Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Jason Furman on Friday.