In June, the growth in the number of jobs in the United States exceeded market forecasts. As shown by the data of the country's Ministry of Commerce, 224,000 more jobs, compared to April, were created in the American economy. According to economists, they were expected to grow by only 160 thousand. Last month, employment increased in the United States. The figure reached 62.9%, rising from 62.8%. Production companies have created 17 thousand new jobs. Construction companies increased their staff by 21 thousand people. At the same time in the retail trade, there was a reduction in staff of 6 thousand people. The average hourly wage increased by 0.2% for the month and by 3.1% for the year. The private sector in June created 191,000 new jobs, and the number of civil servants increased by 33,000. The unemployment rate was 3.7%, having risen slightly from the May value of 3.6%.
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