The unemployment rate rose to 4.0 percent in June from an 18-year low of 3.8 percent in May as 601,000 job seekers entered the labour force in a sign of confidence in the labour market.
The US economy needs to create roughly 120,000 jobs per month to keep up with growth in the working-age population.
The number of Americans employed in a full-time position smashed records in June, with over 155 million taking part in the work force as the United States economy continues to soar under President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress.
Manufacturing and health care added the most jobs in June - hospitals added 11,000 jobs over the course of the month - while the retail industry lost 22,000 positions, a disappointing turn from what had been an encouraging boost in May. It's the 93rd consecutive month of job gains, an impressively long and strong stretch of growth. While improving prospects for employment and wages are helping attract people from the sidelines of the job market, the retirements of older workers are among factors that have been exerting downward pressure on participation.
The national jobless rate climbed 0.2% last month.
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From Table B-8, there were the same hourly and weekly earnings increases across all types of work, +2.7% and +3.0%, but for construction alone, the gains were better, +3.5% hourly and +4.3% weekly.
Average hourly earnings of private-sector workers rose 2.7 percent in June from a year ago, in line with recent monthly readings, suggesting that wage growth remains modest.
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The Trump administration has also applied tariffs on steel and aluminum from allies like Canada and Mexico and has threatened to abandon the North American Free Trade Agreement with those two countries. But for now the sector, which accounts for about 12 percent of the USA economy, appears in good health.
But there is a matter about which the Chairman of the Fed, Jerome Powell, is beginning to express concern, the threat from an escalating tariff "war". "This combined with labor force unemployment rates being among the lowest in the US results in western states ranking so well". Jobs in educational services jumped 18,900, compared with an average of just over 5,500 in the past year.
Economists had projected that the non-farm payroll would jump by 195,000 while the unemployment rate would remain unchanged at 3.8%, its lowest level since April 2000. Businesses have scaled back or postponed investment plans because of trade uncertainty.