U.S. employers continued to add jobs in April, at a pace above forecasts but still relatively slow.
The Labor Department reported Friday that 165,000 jobs were added for the month, and that the unemployment rate fell to 7.5% from 7.6%.
The jobs number is an improvement over March, when employers added 138,000 jobs. But it's hardly impressive at this point in the labor market recovery, which began three years ago.
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