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U.S. employment data and trends

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Despite tight conditions, wage growth continues to struggle.

October saw 261,000 net new jobs added, a rebound from a weak September hit with two hurricanes and an initially negative employment growth figure. Revisions brought September back to positive territory, however, extending the expansionary streak to 84 consecutive months of growth.

Although unemployment has fallen to 4.1 percent, wage growth has yet to meaningfully improve, remaining below the 3.0-percent threshold and with most industries seeing a slowdown the rate of annual earnings growth.

      

For a thorough analysis, click through the report below, or on SlideShare.​​​​​​​​​