GDT is not going to start BABbling about the job rate; however, the March jobs rate was published immediately after we were tested on percents and this BAB provided an opportunity for review."U.S. unemployment rate was a seasonally adjusted 4.4% in March, down from 4.5% in February and matching the more than five-year-low hit in October, the Labor Department said. Employers added 180,000 jobs last month, up from 113,000 in February and the largest gain since December."
The Labor Department reported that "average hourly earnings were up 4% in March  from a year ago."
Creator: Gerald D. Thurman
Created: 08 April 2007