U.S. employers added just 98,000 jobs in March, the fewest in a year, though the unemployment rate fell to a nearly 10-year low of 4.5 percent.
Last month's weakness in hiring may point to sluggishness
in the economy, but unusual weather might also have been a factor. Job
gains in January and February had averaged a robust 218,000, fueled
partly by strong hiring in construction, which occurred because of
unseasonably warm winter weather.. . . more