Initial estimates show slowdown in job growth

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There is no longer any doubt about it: Job growth is slowing. U.S. employers added 38,000 jobs in May, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday. That’s far short of economists’ expectations.

As it turns out, while ces estimates show Austin’s job growth being 2.5% for the year ending December 2018, the new data through the end of the year from QCEW shows job growth of 3.7%. ces estimates include classes of workers not covered by QCEW and growth rates between the two series may not necessarily align, however, QCEW is the primary. The US economy added 196000 jobs in March, a recovery from an. Despite a slight upward revision from the original estimate, February hiring.

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Seasonally-adjusted data released today by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services show that the state’s job growth in 2018 was the strongest in years, but slowed over the last four months. In December, Ohio gained just 2,900 jobs, a departure from the five-figure gains the state saw earlier in the year.

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 · After a triumphant February, when the nation and Wisconsin enjoyed a significant increases in jobs, March saw a somewhat depressing turn as both national and state job growth slowed significantly. In February, the U.S. added 232,000 nonfarm jobs and Wisconsin added 11,100, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

The second quarter as a whole will show a marked slowdown in growth. EZ – slight decline in growth momentum expected Next.

the "initial" estimate from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.. Office estimates that it will subtract about 0.4 percentage. Job growth is set to slow from its pace of 223,000 per month last year to around 175,000 this year. The unemployment rate will fall to a low of around 3.4