REPORT: More Jobs Added In September Than Expected – Economy Still Rebounding

Despite the fact that some states are still in the process of reopening, the economy is continuing to bounce back from the shutdowns of the Coronavirus pandemic.

In September, more jobs were added than even expected.

This is great news for America, and for Trump, considering the election is just weeks away.

FOX Business reports:

US private employers add 749,000 jobs in September, topping expectations

Private employers hired at a faster-than-expected pace in September, indicating the nation’s pandemic-ravaged labor market is continuing to recover from the coronavirus crisis, according to the ADP National Employment Report released Wednesday.

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The report showed that companies created 749,000 new jobs last month, topping the 650,000-job increase that economists surveyed by Refinitiv had expected.

“The labor market continues to recover gradually,” Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute, said in a statement. “In September, the majority of sectors and company sizes experienced gains with trade, transportation and utilities; and manufacturing leading the way. However, small businesses continued to demonstrate slower growth.”

September hiring was spread across most industries, with the biggest gains taking place in manufacturing, which added 130,000; trade, transportation and utilities, up 186,000; and health care and social assistance, which added 101,000. Leisure and hospitality, one of the industries hit hardest by the crisis, added 92,000 workers.

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This is a great sign of things to come in the next few months.

This might have come up at the debate if we had a fair moderator.


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