The U.S. economy rebounded in April. It added 288,000 jobs, the highest one-month net change since January 2012, and saw unemployment decline 40 basis points to 6.3 percent, the lowest rate during the recovery so far. The labor force is expected to reach its previous peak in May, as only 113,000 jobs are needed to do so. At the subsector level, growth was diverse, with all but two components (information, and transportation and warehousing) recording monthly expansion. See details on the data, including demographic, geographic and industry breakdowns, in this report featuring research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and JLL.