Job growth is now strongest it has been since recovery

Washington Examiner:
Manufacturing openings, hires rise to highest levels of the recovery

Job creation in manufacturing accelerated to start the spring, as both job vacancies and hires hit the highest marks of the recovery.

Manufacturing job openings rose to 394,000 in March, the Department of Labor reported Tuesday, matching the highest level since April of 2006.

And actual hiring in the manufacturing sector jumped to 322,000, a level not seen since the early months of the recession, when manufacturing hiring fell off a cliff. Monthly hires were up nearly a quarter since last March.
The mainstream media would be touting this gain if a Democrat was in office, but they are mostly ignoring it now as they continue their hysteria of the Trump presidency.


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