Nonfarm payrolls increased by 160,000 jobs last month, below the first-quarter average job growth of 200,000.
The unemployment rate held at an eight-year low of 4.9 percent, and the average length of the workweek also fell.
The robust employment data suggests the recent weakness is mostly limited to manufacturing and export-oriented sectors.
The unemployment rate held at a 7-1/2-year low of 5 percent.
For too long, we've had to "find a job." It's about time the right jobs found us.
No Republican members of Congress have endorsed the measure.
As a higher share goes to the well-to-do, the household sector recycles less into spending, which slows growth.
A full quarter of transgender people say they have been fired from a job for their gender identity.
We need a new labor classification that maintains the freelancer's flexibility while protecting worker rights.
Job openings surged to a 14-year high in February, but hiring did not.
Self-employment accounts for almost half the jobs created since 2010.
Next month, the Supreme Court must decide where religious discrimination starts.
Even, a financial service, promises consistent payments and interest-free loans.
Software company Workday says their program can let management know which employees are thinking of leaving.
"The economy continues to run hard as it finishes out the year."