The report showed a net increase in US employment of 266,000 in April, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today
- The report shows that the unemployment rate has remained at 6.1 percent following last month’s report – despite speculation that there would be a greater boost
- The nonfarm payroll includes all employees on company payrolls for construction, manufacturing and goods companies, and excludes farm workers and non-profit employees
- The US labour market showed an increase in leisure and hospitality workers which was offset by a decrease in temporary help services and couriers
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