Restaurants and bars, which had showed bigger swings in the prior two months due to the storms, added 18,900 workers in November.
The unemployment rate hovered at 4.1 percent, virtually unchanged from the previous month.
Next month's Beyond the Data Jobs Report will be a more extensive end-of-year recap and will include an extensive review of the labor market with analysis of underlying trends and what to expect in 2018.Next month's Beyond the Data Jobs Report will be a more extensive end-of-year recap and will include an extensive review of the labor market with analysis of underlying trends and what to expect in 2018.
US job growth increased at a strong clip in November and wages rebounded, painting a portrait of a healthy economy that analysts say does not require the kind of stimulus that President Donald Trump is proposing. Data for October was revised to show the economy adding 2.44 lakh jobs instead of the previously reported 2.61 lakh.
Presidente Maduro creó la Superintendencia de la Criptomoneda El Petro
Al respecto, Vargas afirmó que, con este sistema, los venezolanos podrán adquirir de forma tangible parte de los recursos naturales del país.
The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) praised the November employment figures.
Health care gained 30,000 jobs, and construction grew by 23,000, the BLS said. And the September figure, which were seen as suffering from effects of catastrophic hurricanes, was revised upwards, from an 18,000 gain to 38,000.
The unemployment rate remained near a 17-year low of 4.1%. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen suggests that a fully healed labor market would be reflected in 3-4% wage growth, a good bit above the persistent mid-2% we've seen over past couple years. Average hourly earnings rose 0.2% from October, and increased by 2.5% compared to November 2016. Retail had shed jobs in eight of the first 11 months of the year. Those totals amount to about 50,000 fewer jobs than the legal industry's pre-recession high in 2007. The labor-force participation rate held at 62.7% from October. Fed officials have already signaled that they will raise the federal funds rate by a quarter percent, and have penciled in at least three incremental increases next year.