The U6 unemployment rate - considered the broadest measure of joblessness - went down to just 6.7 percent in December, again signaling the broader job gains generated by the economy.
When President Trump took office, the U6 rate was 9.3 percent; this figure has been kept by the Labor Department since 1994, and the December rate of 6.7 percent was the lowest figure ever recorded.
The Labor Force Participation Rate stayed at 63.2 percent in December. That figure was often a target of derision by Republicans during the Obama Administration - but despite the job gains of the last three years - the labor force numbers have stayed in a very narrow range under President Trump.
The unemployment rate for black Americans - which had hit a historic low in August at 5.4 percent - bounced back up to 5.9 percent in December.
While GOP lawmakers touted 'solid wage growth' after the jobs report was issued on Friday, figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed average hourly wages went up just three cents an hour in December.
One other sign of a healthy economy came from figures about people holding multiple jobs - that went down by 161,000 in December, the fifth straight monthly decline.