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U.S. Adds Whopping 272,000 Jobs: Here’s Why That’s Bad News For Interest Rates

Topline The labor market grew at a faster pace than anticipated in May, according to the Labor Department’s monthly jobs report released Friday morning, unwelcome...

Jobs report today: Employers added 175,000 jobs in April, unemployment rises to 3.9%

US job market stays strong despite widespread layoffsGovernment job cuts are at the highest they've been since September of 2011, with the most recent...

U.S. job growth totaled 175,000 in April, much less than expected, while unemployment rose to 3.9%

The U.S. economy added fewer jobs than expected in April while the unemployment rate rose, lifting hopes that the Federal Reserve will be able...

The strong U.S. job market is in a ‘sweet spot,’ economists say

Now Hiring sign in a supermarket window in Queens, New York. Lindsey Nicholson/UCG/Universal Images Group via Getty ImagesThe U.S. job market continues to chug ahead...

Job growth zoomed in March as payrolls jumped by 303,000 and unemployment dropped to 3.8%

Job creation in March easily topped expectations in a sign of continued acceleration for what has been a bustling and resilient labor market.Nonfarm payrolls...

Will the US unemployment rate continue at historic lows?

All eyes will be on Friday’s US unemployment numbers to see how many jobs were added in March and whether the unemployment rate continues...

U.S. job growth totaled 275,000 in February but unemployment rate rose to 3.9%

Job creation topped expectations in February, but the unemployment rate moved higher and employment growth from the previous two months wasn't nearly as hot...

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