(CNNMONEY) -- The job market may be the only thing hotter than the stock market.
The U.S. economy added 2 million jobs in 2017, another solid year of gains.
In December, the economy added 148,000 jobs, according to Labor Department figures released Friday. That was below what economists expected, but still the 87th straight month of gains -- the longest streak on record.
"The 2017 job market was really great," said Cathy Barrera, chief economist at ZipRecruiter, a jobs website.
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