Fewer jobs added to economy than previously thought
The U.S. economy added fewer jobs last year than previously thought, according to the Labor Department.
The department first said employers added two and a half million jobs between April 2018 and March of this year, but now it says it added only half a million.
The government says it makes these revisions as it gets more detailed data from employers.
Despite the new numbers, unemployment is still at a 50-year low.
There are still more jobs available than people unemployed.