The May jobs report released Friday was a bit of a head-spinner, as the American economy actually gained two-and-a-half million jobs over the course of May. The unemployment rate fell from 14.7% last month to 13.3% in May--which is a far cry from the 20-percent unemployment rate that some analysts were expecting. Tom Jackson, U.S. Regional Economist, IHS Markit, joined Cheddar to help make sense of it all.