Most officials believe rates should still rise this year
The data from the Labor Department indicate that the U.S. jobs recovery is continuing at a decent clip, a sign that the economy has underlying strength despite other recent data showing the recovery in a slump.
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America’s hiring spree kicked into full gear in June as the economy added more than 200,000 jobs for the fifth month in a row, according to government data released Thursday.
The government also increased its estimates of job growth in January to 144,000 and in February to 197,000.
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ADP, a generally very reliable predictor of job numbers, thinks we're gaining jobs at a decent clip. Should we believe them?
Big business is doing a great deal better than mom and pop operations.