ADP: 208,000 tasks gotten in September

The non-farm economic sector got 208,000 tasks in September, according to the ADP National Employment Report. This follows a modified August boost of 185,000 tasks.

Small companies with less than 50 workers got 58,000 tasks. Medium-sized companies with 50-499 workers got 90,000, while big companies increased by 60,000 tasks.

“We are continuing to see steady job gains,” stated Nela Richardson, primary economic expert, ADP. “While job stayers saw a pay increase, annual pay growth for job changers in September is down from August.”

Service-supplying work got 237,000 tasks, driven by gains in the Trade, transport and makes use of sectors, and Professional and service services sector which grew by 147,000 and 57,000 tasks respectively.

Goods-producing work lost 28,000 tasks in September. The making sector lost 13,000 tasks and building didn’t lose any tasks. Natural resources/mining likewise lost 16,000 tasks.

Read the ADP report.


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