Private sector added 497,000 workers in June


A Now hiring sign at McDonald”u2019s restaurant in Yorba Linda, CA, on Monday, Sept. 13, 2021 offering pay from $15 an hour for new employees as signs around the region are getting the cold shoulder from workers reluctant to resume service-industry jobs.”

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The U.S. labor market showed no signs of letting up in June, as companies created far more jobs than expected, payroll processing firm ADP reported Thursday.

Private sector jobs surged by 497,000 for the month, well ahead of the downwardly revised 267,000 gain in May and much better than the 220,000 Dow Jones consensus estimate. The increase resulted in the biggest monthly gain since July…


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