As shown in this chart from The Market Ticker, the unemployment rate as a percent of the population remains at depressed levels
Thus, the unemployment rate is disconnected from the number of employed workers paying taxes. Given that average hourly earnings decreased by 2 cents, or 0.1% to $23.18, this increase in employment will only have a mildly positive impact on tax revenues. And even generating this modest gain in employment was only achieved via an immense amount of fiscal stimulus via deficit spending by the Treasury (about $100,000,000 in an average month). No question, this is a positive report, but don't put to much credence in the supposed 0.4% drop in the unemployment rate.