About 165,000 U.S. jobs were added to the economy in April, bringing the unemployment rate to 7.5 percent, which is a four-year low, according to new numbers from the
The April job gains were larger than the 140,000 economists anticipated.
Stronger hiring in April also helped knock down the unemployment rate.
February also saw strong jobs gains of 332,000. In March, 138,000 jobs were added to the economy.