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By John Yang
The May jobs reports showed U.S. employment is still going strong despite higher prices and interest rates. Employers added a net 390,000 jobs last month as the unemployment rate remained steady at 3.6 percent. Betsey Stevenson, a public policy and…
President Joe Biden hailed the May jobs report numbers Friday, calling them "historically robust" and saying they are one of the signs of a "healthy economy."…
By Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
The latest jobs report for April shows the U.S. capping a year of solid growth. Employers added 428,000 jobs and the unemployment rate remains steady at 3.6 percent, a pandemic-era low. But inequality continues as the economy recovers from the…
In our news wrap Friday, April's jobs report shows the U.S. gained 428,000 net jobs despite inflation, supply shortages and rising interest rates. Also, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene will be allowed to seek reelection, the Irish nationalist party Sinn…
By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
America's employers added 428,000 jobs in April, extending a streak of solid hiring that has defied punishing inflation, chronic supply shortages, the Russian war against Ukraine and much higher borrowing costs.
By Josh Boak, Zeke Miller, Chris Megerian, Associated Press
For President Biden, convincing Americans of the progress made in the economic recovery only serves as a salient reminder of how much further the country has to go.
As you may have heard Friday, the U.S. added 431,000 jobs in March, while unemployment hit a pandemic-era low of 3.6 percent. But those numbers only tell part of the story. Roben Farzad, who examines business and culture as host…
By Geoff Bennett, Dorothy Hastings, Cybele Mayes-Osterman
As the White House tries to manage rising inflation, the U.S. labor market is bouncing back, adding another 431,000 jobs in March and bringing the unemployment rate to a new pandemic-era low of 3.6 percent, according to the latest jobs…
By Associated Press
America’s employers added 431,000 jobs in a sign of the economy’s resilience and despite a still-destructive pandemic and the highest inflation in 40 years.
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