Companies Added 205K Jobs

Investor's Business Daily
February 2016
Investors Business Daily;2/3/2016, pA01
8 The U.S. private sector added 205,000 jobs in Jan., according to ADP. Economists expected 190,000 jobs added, less dramatic than the upwardly revised 266,900 added in Dec. The services sector added 192,000 jobs last month. Manufacturing jobs fell fractionally vs. Dec., and dropped 0.1% vs. a year earlier. The Labor Dept. will release U.S. nonfarm payroll data on Friday.


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