United States employment update - April 2019

April’s 263,000 net new jobs provided welcome relief after two months of more volatile job creation.

May 07, 2019

Talent shortages and a slow-to-expand civilian labor force have made monthly gains more unstable of late at both the aggregate and local level. Professional and business services spiked by 76,000 jobs in April, but has also been more uneven beginning in late 2017 and particularly in 2018. Monthly growth in other industries has followed more consistent trends, with retail trade remaining the only struggling major segment of the labor market.

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