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"Correspondent Rita Foley reports on where the jobs are growing a lot of hiring in November in healthcare hotels and restaurants, and thousands of high paying jobs to like engineer an accountant, there are fewer jobs, but still a good number for construction workers and those in manufacturing as a matter of fact, there are so many job openings that. The number is nearing a record high. Employers added one hundred seventy nine thousand jobs in November according to ADP the payroll processor Rita Foley, Washington. From is getting ready for the possibility of more riots and violence at anti-government protests this weekend, museums theatres and. Shops in Paris announced. They would close on Saturday as a precaution, including the Eiffel tower. Police unions and city authorities Mets on Thursday to strategize on how to handle the protests on Saturday, some yellow vest protesters French union officials and prominent politicians across the political spectrum called for calm on Thursday after the worst rioting in Paris in decades last weekend. But this weekend's protests being held even though French president Emmanuel Macron, surrendered on Wednesday nights and cancelled a fuel tax hike, the deduction leashed weeks of unrest. Prime minister Edward Philippe, said eight thousand nine thousand police officers will be deployed on Saturday across France up from sixty five thousand last weekend. To rally support for Brexit. British Prime Minister Theresa May's, deploying thirty members of her government throughout the country AP correspondent, Karen CIA says it's ahead of a legislative vote next week Teasury chief Philip Hammond and health secretary Matt Hancock are among the senior ministers who making appearances around Britain in an effort to win publicity for the agreements and put pressure on will make his to approve the deal may says people in Britain want the government to get on with it. And that's it is important ministers speak with communities to explain how have Brexit deal for them. The house of Commons is scheduled to vote on the plan cheese day. And may of course to spend that."