After months of upbeat news on the U.S. job market, employers took a break from hiring in March, with employment gains falling far short of expectations. The addition of just 120,000 workers last month could be related to higher prices at the pump or an unusually warm winter, which may have altered seasonal hiring trends. But even with March’s poor performance, the improved economy still added 635,000 jobs during the first quarter of 2012, and more than 1.1 million over the past six months. Thes
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