These data are consistent with the forecasts of most analysts.
Private sector employment increased in June with 84,000 jobs, lower net profit in ten months. Most analysts had estimated a net gain of 100,000 jobs in the private sector.
The so-called underemployment rate, which includes people with part-time employment would prefer a full-time job, and people who want work but have given up looking for work – rose in June tenth to 14.9%.
The unemployment rate among Hispanics in the U.S. also held in June at the same level as in May, 11%.
The largest net gains in employment in June occurred in the professional services sector which added 47,000 jobs, the sector of health care to 13,000 and the manufacturing sector which added 11,000 jobs.
The government report also showed that average hourly earnings of workers in June rose 6 cents to $ 23.50, and were 2% higher than a year ago.
According to the latest report of the Department of Labor on the cost of living, inflation for consumers has been a year of 1.7%.
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