June jobs report: U.S. economy adds 372,000 jobs, unemployment rate steady at 3.6%


The U.S. labor market remained a bright spot in the economy last month despite mounting talks of a recession, data from the Labor Department showed Friday. Here are the key numbers from Friday’s report: Non-farm payrolls: +372,000 vs. +268,000 expected and a revised +384,000 in May Unemployment rate: 3.6% vs. 3.6% expected and 3.6% in May…

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