New Mexico on Friday reported its seasonally adjusted unemployment rate at 5.1 percent for March 2019, unchanged from February 2019 and up slightly from 5.0 percent at the same time the previous year.
Preliminary estimates from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics show MA added a total of 4,100 jobs last month, and that an estimated 28,200 jobs have been added since March 2018.
The statement said private-sector employment grew by 5,300 during March, to a preliminary record 2,750,400, primarily because of gains in professional and business services, leisure and hospitality, and financial activities sectors. The agency released the seasonally adjusted figures Thursday. Virginia is ranked eighth in the nation for the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate along with Idaho and Wisconsin. "If labor markets weren't so tight, we'd be seeing even stronger job growth". "Governor Northam has made economic development a top priority, and the numbers speak for themselves".Читайте также: READ: Trump Sues Cummings To Halt Probe Into His Finances
Construction jobs rose by 1,900 jobs, or 4.0 percent.
GSI said New Jersey is trending in the right direction, but needs to add "tens of thousands of new individuals to our workforce over the new few months to catch up" to the growth happening in the Mid-Atlantic region. Nationally, over-the-year growth continued to slow in March to 1.0 percent from 1.7 percent in February and 1.9 percent in January. The labor force counts not only people who have a job but also those actively looking for one.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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