The US has now experienced four months of 200k+ employment growth and our national income proxy remained around 4%.
The household survey had the biggest one month change since January 2003. This helped drive the unemployment rate to 7% even has the participation rate (encouragingly) gained to 63%.
Finally, the unemployment rate for men aged 20-24 also dropped to five-year low following an almost 2% drop. This group has had by far and away the highest unemployment rates since the 2008 so a decline here is good to see.