. The labor market tightened as the unemployment rate dropped to a 48-year low of 3.7 percent. Wages also increased by 3.1 percent annually, the fastest pace since April 2009. The results indicate that the economy remains on solid footing, despite some signs of a slowdown in the manufacturing sector.
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