Employers added 372,000 jobs in June as the labor market shows off its strength in a slowing economy, where high inflation and rising interest rates continue to raise their ugly heads.
The unemployment rate held at 3.6% for the fourth straight month, just above a 50-year low, the Labor Department said Friday.
Economists surveyed by Bloomberg had estimated that about 270,000 jobs were added last month.
The report highlights a remarkably resilient job market, despite the economy’s trouble spots and growing recession risk.
The wage growth is still anemic and may take a turn for the worse as more Americans sidelined by COVID re-enter the workforce.
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