Rapid Pace of U.S. Job Growth Stretched Into April

Employers added 428,000 jobs - the 12th month of earnings greater than 400,000 - and the unemployment rate remained at 3.6%

The American labor market extended a series of rapid work growth last month despite the nervous markets and 

increased economic uncertainty, while employers rushed to serve waves of consumers who are shopping, who manage and travel more

The economy added 428,000 jobs in April, duplication of the March and the 12th consecutive month of gains greater than 400,000,

the Department of Labor announced on Friday. The unemployment rate remained at 3.6%, just a nuance above 

The prevailic level of 3.5%, half a century. Restaurants, hotels and other leisure and hotels industries paved the way for hiring last month

Although factories, warehouses and white colors have all displayed solid job gains. 

Salaries growth has cooled a little but remained robust, with average hourly profits of workers up 5.5% in the past year, but not enough to follow inflation.

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