As economists warn of a possible recession, the record-breaking pace of U.S. job creation still shows no signs of slackening. According to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data
, 164,000 jobs were added
in July, the 106th straight month of job growth. That was broadly in line in economists' predictions and they has expected 165,000 new positions would be added. The following infographic shows the development of the U.S. job market since the recession in 2008.