NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. economy, particularly the job market, continued to struggle in the second quarter, according to data released on Tuesday, while numbers out of China portrayed an economic recovery on solid footing.

The U.S. data showed employee output in the second quarter gained at its fastest pace in six years, with businesses getting more work out of fewer employees. Analysts speculated that any significant recovery in the job market may be a long way off.

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