The growth in the number of jobs observed 96 months in a row.
In September the US unemployment rate fell to 3.7% compared to 3.9% in July. This is the lowest unemployment rate in the country since 1969. This is evidenced by data the Ministry of labour.
Analysts on average had expected a decline of unemployment to 3.8% in September, however, the statistics exceeded expectations.
At the same time, it is noted that the US economy added 134 thousand jobs in September, well below the expected 184 thousand.
The average hourly wage in the US last month increased by 0.3% compared to August and by 2.8% in annual terms, both indicators have coincided with market expectations.
The growth in the number of jobs in the U.S. there is 96 consecutive months, from October 2010, the time of the presidency of Barack Obama. This is the longest period of job growth in history.
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