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Hiring accelerated again in June as Americans returned to the workforce and reopening further juiced demand.
The US economy added 850,000 nonfarm payrolls last month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced Friday. The median estimate from economists surveyed by Bloomberg was for an increase of 720,000 jobs. The data suggests the labor shortage waned as businesses raised pay to attract workers.
The June print marks the strongest month of job growth since August and the sixth consecutive month of payroll additions. May payroll additions were revised to 583,000 from 559,000.
The unemployment rate rose to 5.9% from 5.8%. Economists details ⇒
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