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U.S. Economy Added 188,000 Private-Sector Jobs in June, According to ADP National Employment Report Last edited Wed Jul 3, 2013, 08:21 AM USA/ET - Edit history (2) Source: ADP, Automatic Data Processing ADP NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT REPORT: PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYMENT INCREASED BY 188,000 JOBS Oklahoma JUNE ROSELAND, N.J. – July 3, 2013 – Private sector employment increased by 188,000 jobs from May to June, according to the June ADP National Employment Report®. The report, which is produced by ADP®, a leading provider of human capital management solutions, in collaboration with Moody’s Analytics, is derived from ADP’s actual payroll data and measures the change in total nonfarm private employment each month on a seasonally-adjusted basis. May’s job gains were revised downward to 134,000 from 135,000. Goods-producing employment rose by 27,000 jobs in June, its largest increase in four months. Construction payrolls rose by 21,000 in June, its biggest gain since January, while manufacturers added 1,000 jobs following a two-month decline. The service-providing sector added 161,000 jobs in June, its largest increase since February and greater than the sector’s average gain of 146,000 through the first five months of the year. Among the service industries reported by the ADP National Employment Report, trade/transportation/utilities added the most jobs with 43,000 over the month – its strongest increase since the start of 2013. Professional/business services grew by 40,000 jobs, and financial activities added 13,000 jobs, nearly double the average monthly pace through the first five months of the year. "During the month of June, the U.S. private sector added 188,000 jobs, driven by gains across all sizes of businesses, and with small companies showing the largest overall monthly increase," said Carlos A. Rodriguez, president and chief executive officer of ADP. "Most notably, the goods-producing sector added 27,000 jobs in June, a marked improvement over the decline the previous month."
Regardless of how you spin it hiring is good. Don't let conservatives convince you otherwise. @ America the Delusional: Do you disagree? Do you think hiring is bad? The problem with conservatives such as yourself is intellectual dishonesty. You try to take everything positive that happens under Obama and make it appear negative. That is not a respectable way to live your life. Only the weak minded have guiding principles which require them to always disagree with the other "side."
It's actually a terrible sign. In order to get back on track, the Federal Government, CBO & the Bureau of Labor Statistics both agree we need to be adding more than 300,000 jobs per month. Even moreso in June since so many people just graduated, or took summer jobs and entered the workforce. Another terrible sign is that about 1,000 corporations filed for bankruptcy in June. 556 corporate bankruptcies in the last two weeks. The unemployment rate increased.
Weekly initial jobless claims came in at 343K, which is (a) about where they’ve been for the last few months, and (b) probably not a reliable final figure, as the early report probably had several states estimating rather than giving a hard count. In order to put people back to work, our economy needs a sustained job-creation level of 250-300K a month for a solid year or two, and we should have had that in the in Year Two of the recovery at the latest. We’re now starting Year 5 of the Great Stagnation, and there seems to be no end in sight.
No. That's 3,700 per state. You could open a hotel and create more jobs. We need at least 200,000 just to break even and Obama's only been successful at that a half dozen times. Five years with NO economic growth. They print money and pump it into the stock market...that's not growth, that's a facade! We have record numbers on welfare, food stamps and seemingly permanent unemployment and the President, Mr. I-Got-This, isn't even talking about it any more. Businesses are calling it the 'new norm'. They're even modifying their business strategies and planning to accomodate the United States under a Democrat majority. High unemployment, high levels of dependency and low growth. Ain't this grand!
Yes, good news Construction and Manufacturing particularly. If they can keep that up a few months in a row that will be great. However, I wonder how many entered the workforce in June. College Grads etc
I remember back in "the bad old days" (sic) when Bush was in Office and economists claimed that it would take over a year of 300k+ job gains just to get us back to equilibrium..now we add a mere 161k jobs and those same economists are singing Hosannas and praising to the rafters the Moron-in-Chief to the Heavens!..am I the ONLY one who sees the hypocrisy?!
That's extremely weak actually. (ESPECIALLY for Summer). You need close to 300,000 or so just to keep up with new entrants into the job market. @felonious....."Regardless of how you spin it hiring is good. Don't" lol.........that statement certainly seems like spin in and of itself. If hiring was "good" then you wouldn't even have to ask the question. We have hiring. Yes. We don't have enough. Therefore I don't see how you can deem this "good" (especially 3 full years removed from the "Summer of Recovery").
Seems anemic for June. How much did the population increase? Bet it was far more than that. Felonious - Of course hiring is good, but if the amount of new jobs is always less than the increase in population, we have a serious long term problem.
Ritch and some others here nailed it. But one number jumps out.. "manufacturers added 1,000 jobs " ..? A sorry 1,000 frigging jobs added in manufacturing? Damn, do we make ANYTHING in this country anymore?
Of course it's a good thing. But how many are part time?