U.S. Employers Added 312,000 Jobs in December, Despite Dismal Stock Performance

U.S. employers added the most workers since February last month and wages ticked up, providing a reassuring sign of economic strength amid concerns over stock market volatility, rising federal interest rates and a trade war with China. Non-farm payrolls grew by 312,000 jobs in December, according to numbers released Friday by the Labor Department.

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