Economists expect nonfarm payrolls to rise by 190,000 in April, a sharp rebound from the 98,000 jobs created in the prior month.
Aside from employment figures, average hourly earnings will also be released. Luke Hickmore, sr. investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, expects wage growth of roughly 2.7% year over year.
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