The U.S. labor market has been hot, with rising wages, low unemployment and a record number of job openings. There are almost two jobs available for everyone seeking work. And the average monthly gains of more than 400,000 during the last year exceed anything seen since 1939.
On Friday, we got a glimpse at whether that extraordinary run is holding up even as clouds loom over other parts of the economy and the Federal Reserve is planning aggressive interest rate hikes to curb inflation. The answer is
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