Fortune that reports last week the Labor Department announced that the U.S. economy had added more than 211,000 jobs in November, and that the unemployment rate held steady at 5%—below the post-war average of 5.8%.
But not everyone is on the bandwagon just yet.
In phone interviews with Fortune following the event, US Steel CEO Mario Longhi and Deere & Co Sam Allen both expressed concern about the state of the U.S. economy and doubt over whether the job growth involves high-paying positions that will help lift consumer spending and create sustainable growth. “We see the U.S. economy as still fragile,” said Allen.
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