By Kent Hoover December was another good month for jobs growth, with one exception: Workers made less money.
Here are the headline numbers from Friday’s Bureau of Labor Statistics report: Employment rose by 252,000 jobs, the unemployment rate fell to 5.6 percent — it’s lowest level since since June 2008 — and average hourly earnings fell by 5 cents to $24.57.
Here’s what those numbers mean as we enter this new year:
The economy is cooking when it comes to jobs
Job growth averaged 246,000 per month in 2014,… Read More
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