The unemployment rate dropped below 4 percent in April 2018, to 3.9 percent—the lowest level since 2000, at the end of President Bill Clinton’s term. Continued improvement in the unemployment rate means that the Federal Reserve is increasingly comfortable with raising interest rates, which is good news in general for the banking industry. However, a low unemployment rate also indicates that good workers are harder to come by. That competitive tal...
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