Military veteran Mark Cannon, of Miami, right, talks with Cynthia Carcillo, left, a veterans outreach representative for Career Source Broward, about employment opportunities at an October job fair for veterans, in Pembroke Pines. U.S. employers advertised fewer jobs in October 2015, though overall hiring picked up and quits rose slightly, adding to evidence the job market is slowly improving.
Military veteran Mark Cannon, of Miami, right, talks with Cynthia Carcillo, left, a veterans outreach representative for Career Source Broward, about employment opportunities at an October job fair for veterans, in Pembroke Pines. U.S. employers advertised fewer jobs in October 2015, though overall hiring picked up and quits rose slightly, adding to evidence the job market is slowly improving. Lynne Sladky AP
Military veteran Mark Cannon, of Miami, right, talks with Cynthia Carcillo, left, a veterans outreach representative for Career Source Broward, about employment opportunities at an October job fair for veterans, in Pembroke Pines. U.S. employers advertised fewer jobs in October 2015, though overall hiring picked up and quits rose slightly, adding to evidence the job market is slowly improving. Lynne Sladky AP

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December 08, 2015 11:44 AM

More good news on U.S. jobs: openings slip as hiring, quits rise

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