[Look at that! The revisions for August and September were both up, a total of 60,000 jobs for both months. It's like finding $200 in your couch cushions!]
The unemployment rate for college graduates was up 0.1% to 3.8%; the unemployment rate for non-high school diploma holders was up 0.6% to 10.9%.
Chemical manufacturing employment was up 2,300 jobs to 794,100 people. Naturally, as the pharma layoffs actually happen (payroll-wise), that number will climb in the coming months.
The media will be focused on the good-looking payroll numbers; people should be looking at the employment-population ratio and the labor force participation rate, both of which took a bit of a dive.
UPDATE: Felix Salmon points out the effects of the shutdown on this report, which makes a lot of the data suspect. He's probably right, but I'm no market trader, just some guy with a blog.