By Evan Ramstad
Minnesota added 15,100 jobs in April, the most in a month since September 2013, amid a burst of hiring across most sectors of the economy.
The state’s unemployment rate, adjusted for seasonal differences, held steady at 3.8 percent.
The monthly additions and subtractions to the Minnesota labor force tend to be volatile and subject to revision. But the breadth of hiring last month provided a huge burst in a state that has been averaging about 3,000 new jobs a month since the end of the recession in 2009.
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