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NEW YORK, Oct 5- A gauge of online labor demand in the United States declined in September, though the number of jobs available was up from a year ago, the operator of a job search website said on Friday. Monster Worldwide Inc, an online careers and recruiting firm, said its employment index slipped 1.9 percent to 153 points last month from 156 in August.
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