The US performed better than expected Employment growthAs the EconomyAccording to data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 372,000 additional jobs and the unemployment rates remained at 3.6%.
Despite aggressive Federal Reserve borrowing costs increases, the data show that there has been moderately slower but still robust job growth.
The leisure and hospitality sector continued to grow strongly, adding 67,000 jobs. This is slightly less than the position added the month before.
In addition, there were new jobs health careServices for professionals and businesses
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