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White House sees US job growth accelerating in 2012

* Average growth in U.S. payrolls of 167,000 a month seen

WASHINGTON, Feb 17 (Reuters) - U.S. job creation will pick up this year as a moderate economic recovery continues, the White House said on Friday, but it faces a key risk from the debt crisis in Europe.

Stronger job growth may boost President Barack Obama as he seeks re-election in November, but his annual economic report warned that the road ahead could be bumpy .

"Only a prolonged and robust expansion can eliminate the large jobs deficit that opened up during the recession, and the economy as a whole has considerable room to grow," the report said.


By Alister Bull - Reuters

Surviving Office Politics
by Dale Kurow, M.S.

It’s your first month in a new position and it’s rougher going than you’d anticipated. You feel like an outsider and you’re miserable.

Pondering how this happened, you nostalgically recall how comfortable and well-liked you felt in your last job. 

Not only do you possess the requisite skills to do well in your new position, you’ve also built a solid reputation in this field.  Yet, you are floundering. Badly.

Dale Kurow, M.S.