US job openings are falling rapidly as the coronavirus brings economy to a halt
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There are growing signs that US employers are pulling back on hiring.

Job openings fell 1.5% in the week that ended March 13, according to the career website Glassdoor.

The 89,000 drop brought the pace of openings to within the slowest 10% of weeks for growth since the beginning of 2016. 

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