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July 06, 2010

Payroll employment declines in June 2010

Nonfarm payroll employment over-the-month change, seasonally adjusted, June 2008—June 2010
Month Change in payroll employment

Jun 2008

-193,000

Jul 2008

-210,000

Aug 2008

-334,000

Sep 2008

-458,000

Oct 2008

-554,000

Nov 2008

-728,000

Dec 2008

-673,000

Jan 2009

-779,000

Feb 2009

-726,000

Mar 2009

-753,000

Apr 2009

-528,000

May 2009

-387,000

Jun 2009

-515,000

Jul 2009

-346,000

Aug 2009

-212,000

Sep 2009

-225,000

Oct 2009

-224,000

Nov 2009

64,000

Dec 2009

-109,000

Jan 2010

14,000

Feb 2010

39,000

Mar 2010

208,000

Apr 2010

313,000

May 2010

433,000(p)

Jun 2010

-125,000(p)

Footnotes:
(p) =preliminary.

These data featured in the TED article, Payroll employment declines in June 2010.

 

1-month change in payroll employment by industry, May–June 2010
Industry Change in payroll employment (p)

Professional and business services

46,000

Leisure and hospitality

37,000

Education and health services

22,000

Manufacturing

9,000

Trade, transportation, and utilities

7,000

Mining and logging

5,000

Other services

2,000

Information

-8,000

Financial activities

-15,000

Construction

-22,000

Government

-208,000

Footnotes:
(p) = preliminary.

These data featured in the TED article, Payroll employment declines in June 2010.

 

 

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