BLS jobs numbers, which show that the U3 unemployment rate fell from April's 9.9% to May's 9.7% and that 431,000 jobs were created.
411,000 of those jobs were temporary positions with the US Census. While those are indeed "real jobs", they're not permanent. This is a cause for concern, I'd think.
The invaluable Calculated Risk suggests that the fall in the unemployment rate has to do with a lowered number of participants in the job market. As CR continues analysis, I'll pass it along. Finally (to end on a sort-of good note), the broader U6 unemployment rate fell from 17.1% to 16.6%. Thank God for small blessing.