But major Spanish-language news media outlets Univision and Telemundo omitted the historical significance of the number from their reports both this month and the last.
The Labor Department said the unemployment rate ticked down to 3.9 percent from 4 percent.
The economy added 157,000 jobs in July, which was almost 30,000 less than expected.
Workers with only a high school degree also seem to be doing relatively better, with a 4.0 percent unemployment rate matching the prerecession low (it had been 3.9 percent in May), although still above the 3.2 percent low hit in 1999. Faucher writes that as that happens, job growth will slow down because businesses will find it more hard to recruit new hires. Despite many company executives complaining that they can not find workers to fill open positions, wage growth remains sluggish. There are about 6.6 million unfilled jobs in the nation.
Expectations were for the economy to add 193,000 jobs with the unemployment rate falling to 3.9%.
Unemployment as a measure that includes discouraged workers and those holding jobs part-time for economic reasons, also declined to 7.9% from 8.1%.
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The most notable job gains in July came from the manufacturing sector, which added 37,000 jobs during July. Typically, when unemployment has fallen below 4 per cent in the past, wages have increased at a faster pace.
Average hourly wages for all employees on private nonfarm payrolls rose in July by $0.07 to $27.05; average hourly earnings climbed 2.7 percent relative to July 2017, and economists expect labour costs to keep rising.
The additional signs of strength in the job market could add to concerns the Federal Reserve would move to raise the key lending rate more aggressively.
President Donald Trump's administration has imposed duties on steel and aluminum imports, provoking retaliation by the United States' trade partners, including China, Canada, Mexico and the European Union. Retail payrolls rebounded by 7,100 jobs last month after losing 20,200 in June. Wage growth has been stuck around that level for two years.
Sectors that didn't fare as well included financial services, government and transportation, all of which lost jobs. The solid rate of hiring reflects strong production, business confidence, and plans for expansion.
Construction boosted jobs by 19,000 following a 13,000 gain.