You may already know the headline jobs numbers the government released this morning: The unemployment rate held steady last month at 4.1 percent. The economy added 148,000 jobs.
But these numbers are just the surface of the monthly jobs report; the report has a huge amount of information about how the job market is working (or not working) for people in different industries, and different age groups.
So today on the show, we're bringing you three little-known indicators from the jobs report — three numbers that you don't often hear about that give us real insight into what's happening with work in America.
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