U.S. Jobs Report December 2021: 199000 Added, Unemployment Rate Falls – Bloomberg

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The U.S. unemployment rate fell below 4% and wages jumped last month, adding to evidence of a tight labor market that’s expected to help spur Federal Reserve interest-rate liftoff as soon as March despite disappointing payroll growth.


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