Despite a GM autoworkers strike that temporarily wiped 50,000 jobs off the books in September, the U.S. economy still managed to add 128,000 jobs from September to October, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday.

Normally that number would be seen as a tepid growth, but with most of the GM jobs expected to come back on the books for the November tally, the month is not considered a disappointment, analysts told The New York Times.

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