President Donald Trump saw another record low in Hispanic unemployment the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed on Friday.
The Hispanic unemployment rate dropped to 4.5 percent, the lowest level on record.
As The Washington Examiner noted, the number is just slightly below the previous record of 4.6 percent set in June.
That was just one aspect of the good news laid out in the July jobs report. The U.S. economy added 157,000 new jobs in July, bringing the unemployment rate to 3.9 percent.
That was just slightly higher than 3.8 percent, the 18-year low the nation reached in May.
The gains came from white-collar professional firms as well as manufacturing which filled 37,000 jobs.
Since the beginning of this year, the U.S. has seen multiple economic milestones in addition to 1.5 million new jobs.
As IJR previously noted, the nation also saw record-low unemployment among black Americans:
African American unemployment is the lowest ever recorded in our country. The Hispanic unemployment rate dropped a full point in the last year and is close to the lowest in recorded history. Dems did nothing for you but get your vote! #NeverForget @foxandfriends
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 8, 2018
Last month, Trump also saw a 4.1 percent GDP rate, the highest since 2014.
Watch Trump discuss the gains below:
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 27, 2018
As The New York Times noted, average hourly earnings also saw an uptick of seven cents.
Martha Gimbel, director of economic research for the job board Indeed, said the job growth was “amazing.”
“It is amazing that at this point in a recovery you are seeing growth that is on average faster than the previous two years,” she reportedly said.