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A potential applicant speaks to recruiters during a job fair in Boston in April.(AP/Elise Amendola)
A potential applicant speaks to recruiters during a job fair in Boston in April.(AP/Elise Amendola)

What do today's jobs numbers say about the economy? Depends on who you ask.

The White House says the 120,000 jobs added in March suggest an economic recovery. Mitt Romney's team says the numbers are weak and troubling. Romney, Rick Santorum, and others are taking a little break from the campaign for the Easter holiday.

But come Monday, the 120,000 number will be front and center in the campaign.

Guest:

  • Rick Klein, senior Washington editor, ABC News

This segment aired on April 6, 2012.

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