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  • Jobs Report: Private sector hiring ticks up, championed by growth in the service-providing sector

    The construction sector adds 49,000 jobs
    The National Employment Report indicates that private sector employment increased by 275,000 jobs from March to April, according to the ADP Research Institute and Moody’s Analytics. ADP Research Institute Vice President and Co-head Ahu Yildirmaz said the bulk of growth in April belongs to the service-providing sector.
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  • Jobs Report: Economic headwinds dampen job growth in February

    Private sector employment increased by 183,000 jobs
    In February, U.S. employment rates increased in nearly every sector, according to the ADP and Moody's Analytics National Employment Report. However, Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi says both the economy and job growth have began to throttle backwards.
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  • Jobs report: National employment perseveres despite political turmoil

    Added jobs in December revised down to 263,000
    Even political headwinds couldn't prevent U.S. employment rates from increasing in nearly every sector in January, according to the ADP and Moody's Analytics National Employment Report. Moody’s Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi said the job market weathered the government shutdown well.
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  • Jobs report: Economy adds 271,000 jobs in December

    Construction jobs are on the rise
    Even stock market woes and seasonal headwinds couldn't prevent U.S. employment rates from strengthening in nearly every sector in December, according to the ADP and Moody's Analytics National Employment Report. In fact, ADP Vice President and Co-head Ahu Yildirmaz said small businesses experienced their strongest month of job growth all year.
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  • Jobs Report: American jobs reach a plateau

    Expert says job growth decelerated slightly
    Although U.S. employment rates rose in nearly every sector in November, experts believe American jobs have reached a plateau, according to the ADP and Moody's Analytics National Employment Report. ADP Vice President and Co-head Ahu Yildirmaz said although the labor market performed well, job growth decelerated slightly.
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  • ADP: Economy adds 227,000 jobs in October

    Construction jobs continue to rise
    U.S. employment rates climbed further, rising in every sector in October, according to the ADP and Moody's Analytics National Employment Report. ADP Research Institute Vice President and Co-Head Ahu Yildirmaz said despite a significant shortage in skilled talent, the labor market continues to grow.
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  • ADP: Employment increases 230,000 jobs in September

    Construction jobs are on the rise
    U.S. employment rates continue to climb, increasing in nearly every sector in September, according to the ADP and Moody's Analytics National Employment Report. ADP Research Institute Vice President and Co-Head Ahu Yildirmaz said the labor market continues to impress.
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  • ADP: Tight labor market could soon overheat

    Says labor market shows no signs of slowing
    Employment growth could surge to add 250,000 new jobs in December and shows no signs of slowing anytime soon. In fact, ADP predicts the tight labor market will get even tighter, raising the specter that it will overheat.
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  • ADP: Employment increases 237,000 in August

    Construction jobs predicted to boom
    Employment is set to boom in August according to the latest employment report from ADP and Moody’s Analytics. The report predicts a solid increase in overall employment, and even a boom in construction jobs for the month.
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  • ADP predicts solid jobs increase in July

    Expects additional 178,000 jobs
    The National Employment Report from ADP and Moody’s Analytics predicts jobs will increase in July. The predicted increase is higher that the prediction in June, but lower than the nonfarm private employment report’s increase last month. The report also shows an increase in construction jobs, up from last month’s decrease.
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