Jobs data in May showed sharp job gains in construction, retail trade, leisure, education, and health care, as the unemployment rate retreated from a historic high of 14.7 percent in April.
Republicans in Congress joined President Trump in hailing the new job figures.
"We’ve still got a ways to go but the Great American Comeback is underway!" said Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA).
"Not only are we going to bounce back, in many ways it may be even better than before," said Rep. Rick Crawford (R-AR).
"America is on a HUGE comeback in record time," said Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS).
"The Great American Comeback is starting!" said House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy.
The jobs report though also showed the level of upheaval within the job market, as over 6 million more Americans are working part-time right now, even though they would rather have a full-time job.