Nothing all that good really. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that payroll jobs grew by a rather paltry 112,000. The unemployment rate dropped a tenth of a percent. The expected number of new payroll jobs was 180,000, which is also not that great.
In looking at the Household Survey, employment increased by 483,000, but the labor force grew by 439,000 including 209,000 people who went from being out of the labor market to being back in the labor market.