U.S. Economy Adds 266,000 Jobs in November, Biggest Jump Since January

The Labor Department says the U.S. economy added 266,000 jobs in November. It's the biggest jump since January and the unemployment rate returned to a 50-year low. Analysts say the surprisingly strong report underscores the resilience of a solid labor market. The figures include nearly 50,000 GM workers returning to plants after the end of a six-week nationwide strike. Rick Reagan our Money Coach is talking about the report in the podcast below.

 

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