Report | United States Employment Update - June 2018
May's 223,000 net new jobs represented the 91st consecutive month of growth, further extending an already unprecedented expansionary cycle. Since early 2017, the change in employment compared to the previous cycle has been higher than growth in the civilian labor force, leading to rapid declines in unemployment, which now stands at just 3.8%. With the economy showing no meaningful signs of slowdown and inflation rising under the pressure of sustained output growth, the Federal Reserve is on track to continue its program of tightening over the coming quarters.
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