Job count in US for the month of June
During the month of June, US census witnessed a major decline which was geared up by the exodus of 225,000 temporary employees.
However the US unemployment rate dipped to 9.5% in June from 9.7% in May.
Talking about the private sector, it crafted 83,000 jobs; the figures were revealed by the data which investors are taking as the signs of recovery.
Although it seems to be an important but below the expected level from March and April's totals.
The unemployment rate fell as 652,000 people gave up on their job searches. People no longer looking for work do not count in the unemployment data.
Amongst the many reports the one which is a keen interest for the watchdogs is the monthly jobs report predicting the economic indicators in the US. For maintaining the sustained, stable and sturdy growth on the positive front high unemployment rate is the obstacle and creating hindrance.
According to the analysts high unemployment rate is putting the consumer confidence at bay, and thus stepping away from the retail sales to grow instantly.
Further is thought that till the time many people are in the working arena, US economy shall grow modestly only as the consumer spending accounts for approximately two-thirds of the US economy.
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