By  on December 5, 2008

WASHINGTON — Retailers jettisoned thousands of jobs in November, contributing to a free fall in the nation’s payroll levels and adding fuel to the dark holiday season.

Specialty apparel stores cut 17,600 jobs to employ 1.46 million in November, and department stores shed 3,500 positions to employ 1.47 million, the Labor Department said Friday.

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