U.S. Employment Snapshot

U.S. Employment Snapshot

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June 2020 Employment Snapshot

  • The US economy gained 4.8 million jobs
  • The national unemployment rate was 11.1%
  • At 4.8%, management occupations had the lowest unemployment rate
  • Leisure industries gained the most jobs with 2.1 million hires
  • Average weekly earnings for all workers was $1,013.27

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June 2020, the US economy gained 2.5 million jobs.

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May 2020, the US economy gained 2.5 million jobs.

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April 2020, the US economy lost 20.5 million jobs.

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March 2020, the US economy lost 701,000 jobs.

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February 2020, the US economy added 273,000 new jobs.

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January 2020, the US economy added 225,000 new jobs.

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December 2019, the US economy added 145,000 new jobs

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November 2019, the US economy added 266,000 new jobs

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October 2019, the US economy added 128,000 new jobs

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September 2019, the US economy added 136,000 new jobs

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August 2019, the US economy added 130,000 new jobs 

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July 2019, the US economy added 164,000 new jobs

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June 2019, the US economy added 224,000 new jobs

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May 2019, the US economy added 75,000 new jobs

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April 2019, the US economy added 263,000 new jobs

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March 2019, the US economy added 196,000 new jobs

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February 2019, the US economy added 20,000 jobs

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January 2019, the US economy added 304,000 jobs

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December 2018, US Economy added 312,000 jobs

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November 2018, the US added 155,000 jobs

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October 2018, the U.S. economy added 250,000 jobs

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September 2018, the U.S. economy added 134,000 jobs

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August 2018, the US economy added 201,000 jobs

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 July 2018, the U.S. economy added 157,000 jobs

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June 2018, the U.S. economy added 213,000 jobs

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May 2018, the U.S. economy added 223,000 jobs 

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April 2018, the U.S. economy added 164,000 jobs

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