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December nineteen sixty nine that's all for you have to go back to match the three point six percent unemployment rate the US economy fell to in April that forty nine and a half year low is just one of the positives in the monthly jobs report released Friday by the labor department I'm currently gives in New York all signs point to a labor market that is moving full speed ahead a better than expected two hundred and sixty three thousand jobs were created in the month of April that was way above the three month moving average now in terms of wages they continue to move slowly but steadily higher average paychecks worth three point two percent better than they were a year ago so where's all the hiring pretty much across the board with retail being the exception hiring on construction sites took a leap and factory job rebound after no hiring the month before yeah you never do that thank you so much temporary workers saw a big up swing after drop the month before a pickup in temporary jobs often points to possible full time employment in the future financial markets are rallying as investors see the report as strong enough to end any doubts about the strength of the US economy without stoking fears general reserve has to step in to raise interest rates the meeting that concluded