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Friday, November 6, 2015
The robust data provides more evidence that the job market is nearing a full recovery six years after the recession officially ended. The jobless rate peaked at 10 percent in 2009 and is now closing in on what many economists believe to be its lowest sustainable level.
October's jobs increased across a broad swath of industry segments. Administrative and support services added 46,000 workers, and the health care industry added a similar number. Retailers and restaurants added more than 40,000 positions each, while construction employment increased by 31,000.
“At this point, I see the U.S. economy as performing well,” said Fed Chair Janet Yellen on Wednesday during her testimony at the US Capitol.
Remember what we said back in 2008? It's not so bleak after all!