This article looks at the current job market in the U.S. to determine how healthy it really is. Looking beyond 'red-hot' job numbers, the article examines the quality of jobs available to workers, how long it takes to find a job, and prevailing wage. The article argues that the job market is only as healthy as the quality of jobs workers have access to and suggests that it is only "lukewarm" overall. The article also highlights a few bright spots, such as increased wages in certain sectors. All in all, the article serves as a reminder to look beyond the headlines and take a closer look at the job market ahead of coming adjustments to the economy.