Legal Sector Added 800 Jobs in December

, The Am Law Daily

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The legal industry ended 2013 in upbeat fashion by adding 800 jobs last month, according to seasonally adjusted preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The latest BLS data also showed that in 2013, the sector recorded its highest average monthly employment figures since the onset of the fiscal crisis in 2008.

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    this is wrong. The legal job market lost 800 jobs.

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