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Declines in payroll employment, led by manufacturing, offset increases led by public administration in July

Public administration Industrial aggregate including unclassified businesses ~ Health care and social assistance Finance and insurance Arts, entertainment and recreation Educational services ~ Other services (except public administration) ~ Real estate and rental and leasing ~ Utilities ~ Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction ~ Forestry, logging and support ~ Construction ~ Administrative and support services ~ Management of companies and enterprises Accommodation and food services Wholesale trade Professional, scientific and technical services Transportation and warehousing ~ Retail trade Information and cultural industries Manufacturing -10,000 -5,000 0 5,000 10,000 monthly change in payroll employment
Note(s):
Payroll employment changes in sectors marked with a tilde (~) are not statistically significant.
Source(s):
Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours (2612), table 14-10-0220-01.

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Declines in payroll employment, led by manufacturing, offset increases led by public administration in July
  monthly change in payroll employment
Public administration 5,959
Industrial aggregate including unclassified businesses ~ 4,883
Health care and social assistance 4,497
Finance and insurance 3,421
Arts, entertainment and recreation 3,033
Educational services ~ 2,232
Other services (except public administration) ~ 98
Real estate and rental and leasing ~ 34
Utilities ~ -113
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction ~ -148
Forestry, logging and support ~ -397
Construction ~ -555
Administrative and support services ~ -797
Management of companies and enterprises -952
Accommodation and food services -1,844
Wholesale trade -2,093
Professional, scientific and technical services -2,236
Transportation and warehousing ~ -2,343
Retail trade -2,345
Information and cultural industries -3,756
Manufacturing -7,628
Note(s):
Payroll employment changes in sectors marked with a tilde (~) are not statistically significant.
Source(s):
Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours (2612), table 14-10-0220-01.
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