Non-farm payrolls were up only 112,000 in November, after a (revised) 303,000 new jobs were added in October. Unemployment sunk to 5.4%, while the average work week was down 0.1 hours and the average hourly earnings were up 0.1%.
The market probably won't like this. They were thinking there would be about 200,000 and were about ready to feel relief on lowering oil prices. Probably more of an effect on bonds, which is freaking out right now.
I'm still trying to get ahold of good statistics, but for employers I think this means you will see more post-term charges and complaints. . .