Chicago Fed President Charles Evans on April's big jobs miss

An anemic pace of hiring in all sectors barring leisure and hospitality caused the Labor Department’s April jobs report to fall well short of Wall Street’s lofty expectations even amid the Covid-19 vaccine rollout and an easing of pandemic-era lockdowns. Chicago Fed President Charles Evans joined "Squawk Box" on Monday to discuss what he thinks led to the lackluster results and his outlook for the labor market going forward.
Mon, May 10 20219:48 AM EDT