U.S. Labor Market Added 1.8 Million Jobs since President Trump Took Office; Consumer Comfort Index Reached 10-year High in 2017
Since President Trump took office, the unemployment rate has decreased from 4.8 percent to 4.1 percent, a 17-year low.
The U.S. economy has also added 1.8 million jobs since President Trump took office.
The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index averaged 50 in 2017, the highest yearly average since 2001.
The December, 2017 jobs report has been praised and includes a number of strong indicators of economic health.
Over 100 companies and counting have pledged to offer bonuses, pay raises, and benefits increases after Republicans passed historic tax reform, a trend that is having a positive impact for many Americans and charities across the country.
The Christmas shopping season was the best in a decade, far exceeding expectations.
The Dow has topped 25,000, up 36 percent since President Trump was elected, "an incredible move in such a short period."
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