U.S. reaches lowest unemployment rate since 1969

“We’re hiring” sign. Photo credit: Gerd Altmann/CC 2.0, via Pixabay

November jobs numbers are out. Employers added more than 260,000 new jobs, and unemployment is now at 3.5%, the lowest it’s been since 1969. In California, a new report shows the state’s economy is expanding faster than the rest of the country.


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