The U.S. Labor Department is announcing that businesses added 192,000 jobs in March, reports USA Today.
Furthermore, the paper goes on to say that private-sector payrolls have now exceeded their level in December 2007, when the Great Recession began.
According to the figures, last month professional and business services led job gains with 57,000, education and health added 34,000, leisure and hospitality added 29,000, and construction companies added 19,000 jobs.
Evidently, analysts are predicting that since the colder weather is subsiding, that a number of people will be back to work and hiring will continue to resume.
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