Employers Add Fewest Workers in Six Years (But Unemployment is Low, Too)

    May saw a slowdown in hirings, with employers adding 38,000 workers—the fewest since September 2010. The cutback was widespread across industries, meaning interest rates will likely not be raised. Though the number of hirings for May is low, so is unemployment—it dropped to 4.7 percent, the lowest since November 2007. To read more, click here.

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