U.S. Employment Jumps Slightly More Than Expected In September

(RTTNews) – The Labor Department released its closely watched monthly jobs report on Friday, showing that US employment grew slightly more than expected in September. The report showed that non-farm payrolls increased by 263,000 jobs in September, after a revised 315,000 increase in August. Economists had expected employment to increase by 250,000 jobs. , The slightly stronger than expected job growth was driven by significant employment growth in the leisure and restaurants and health care sectors, which added 83,000 jobs and 75, 000 jobs. The Ministry of Labor also reported that the unemployment rate fell from 3.7 percent in August to 3.5 percent in September. The unemployment rate is expected to remain unchanged.

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