The U.S. added 203,000 nonfarm payrolls in November, besting economist expectations, with the unemployment rate dropping to 7%.
Over the past 12 months, job growth has averaged 195,000 per month, according to the BLS.
In November, we saw the strongest job gains in the transportation, health care, and manufacturing sectors.
In the report, the BLS breaks down the job growth sector by sector. As always, the charts tell the story.Here's a breakdown of the November report
Here's the total snapshot, with 203,000 jobs added in November
Wholesale trade has added 351,000 jobs since its May 2010 low
Job gains in motor vehicles and parts has been aided by the auto recovery
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