The good news? Full-time employment rose by 935,000! The largest increase since 1999.
And then there is average hourly earnings YoY which just hit the highest growth rate since 2009.
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Of course, the labor market was thrown a curveball with the hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The usual cry of labor shortages have begun appearing.
Here are the rest of the jobs numbers.
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