The U.S. economy added 120,000 new jobs in March, and the unemployment rate fell to 8.2 percent, according to the Labor Department jobs report.
Here's how the numbers break down:
Biggest industry winners: Transportation equipment (+13k), finance (+15k), building services (+23k), administration (+15k), food services (+38k).
Biggest industry losers: Employment services (-14k), department stores (-21k), retail overall (including department stores -34k), construction (-11k).
The Labor Department revised February's numbers from 227,000 to 240,000 and January's numbers from 284,000 to 275,000.