According to the Ministry of Labor, 428 thousand new jobs were created in the country.

The unemployment rate in the United States in April was 3.6%. This was announced on Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor.

A similar indicator was recorded in March, and in February unemployment was at 3.8%.

In April, 428 thousand new jobs were created in the United States. “The growth in the number of jobs was widespread primarily due to the growth in the leisure and hotel industries, manufacturing, transport, warehousing,” the American Ministry noted.

In a written statement issued by the White House on Friday, U.S. President Joe Biden pointed to the successful, in his version, fight against the consequences of the pandemic, the Russian military special operation in Ukraine and high global inflation rates for the country’s economy. “The continued stability of our labor market and the savings that families have accumulated over the past year means that our economy from a position of strength resists the challenges of COVID-19, the conflict in Ukraine and global inflation,” the American leader argued.