News of growth in the U.S. job market is tempered by the fact that most of the jobs created in May were low-paying, extending a trend that may weigh on an already weak economic recovery. "We need to see more broad-based and even growth in the economy to see better jobs return. We're still relying too much on the part-time and contingent workforce," said Diane Swonk, chief economist at Mesirow Financial.

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