The economy added an anemic 75,000 jobs in May, amid ongoing trade tensions with China and Mexico and a global economic slowdown.
The unemployment rate stayed steady at 3.6 percent, the lowest level in almost 50 years. Annual wage growth ticked up slightly, to 3.1 percent, according to data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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