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Looking at which industries added jobs, the BLS has the following breakdown:
- In November, health care added 45,000 jobs, following little employment change in October (+12,000). The November job gains occurred in ambulatory health care services (+34,000) and in hospitals (+10,000).
- Employment in professional and technical services increased by 31,000 in November.
- Manufacturing employment rose by 54,000 in November, following a decline of 43,000 in the prior month. Within manufacturing, employment in motor vehicles and parts was up by 41,000 in November, reflecting the return of workers who were on strike in October.
- In November, employment in leisure and hospitality continued to trend up (+45,000).
- Employment in transportation and warehousing continued on an upward trend in November (+16,000). Within the industry, job gains occurred in warehousing and storage (+8,000) and in couriers and messengers (+5,000).
- Financial activities employment also continued to trend up in November (+13,000), with a gain of 7,000 in credit intermediation and related activities.
- Mining lost jobs in November (-7,000), largely in support activities for mining (-6,000). Mining employment is down by 19,000 since a recent peak in May.
- In November, employment in retail trade was about unchanged (+2,000). Within the industry, employment rose in general merchandise stores (+22,000) and in motor vehicle and parts dealers (+8,000), while clothing and clothing accessories stores lost jobs (-18,000).
posted on 12/06/2019 6:32:15 AM PST
(look at Michigan, it will)
At the risk of making a call based upon one month’s figures....like it or not, healthcare is en fuego.
The numbers seem to indicate old farts like me getting med care and/or going on vacations.
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