A number of new jobs are concentrated in some of the country’s biggest metropolitan areas.
Cornerstone OnDemand founder and CEO Adam Miller said if companies aren't willing to help train you, you should get a new job.
Job creation last month surged far past analyst expectations.
The economy added a stellar 266,000 jobs, while the jobless rate edged down slightly to 3.5 percent, the lowest rate since 1969.
Unemployment is projected to hold steady at 3.6 percent, near a 50-year low.
Mainstream economists say the trade deficit reflects an economic reality that doesn’t yield much to changes in government policy.
An inventory shortage shows no signs of letting up.
Pelosi opposes language in the trade agreement that protects companies from being legally liable for content on their platforms.
The adoption of robots could bring positive changes to some American workers.
Critics say rent control measures discourage construction, which would meet demand and drive down prices.
Economists surveyed by Refinitiv were anticipating 140,000 jobs.
Wages go up for small business employees when employers have to compete in the labor market.
Cyber Monday sales surged as consumers established new records both in overall purchases and purchases made via smartphones.
The government will soon launch a fourth round of measures to support business, protect jobs and offer economic relief.
The report came on the heels of recent upbeat October data on the goods trade deficit, housing and manufacturing that led economists to boost their gross domestic product estimates for the fourth quarter.
A roll back some tariffs needed as part of a trade deal.
It marked the fastest expansion since December 2016.
Total spending for the holidays is expected to reach $730.7 billion.
E-commerce behemoths saw a 244 percent boost in sales on Thanksgiving, while smaller retailers experienced a 61 percent jump.
They also urged the removal of tariffs imposed by President Trump on EU steel and aluminum.