Mining employment continues to trend upward as the US adds thousands of jobs in June.
The Labor Department has said that apart from the additional 213,000 jobs in June, another 37,000 extra jobs were created in April and May, which was again more than the estimates.
The department's data shows 601,000 new people chose to actively look for a job in June, after not seeking a job previously.
Jim O'Sullivan, chief USA economist at High Frequency Economics, said gains have averaged 215,000 month so far this year, up from 182,000 "more than strong enough to keep the unemployment rate trending down over time".
The big news from the Labor Department's employment report Friday is that 601,000 Americans re-entered the workforce in June. And the unemployment rate remains at its lowest in more than 18 years.
The job growth shows the labour market shrugging off worries about a slowdown triggered by trade fights or rising borrowing costs.
The U.S. economy surpassed expectations in June, adding more jobs than expected even as the unemployment rate rose slightly to 4 percent.
Economists polled by Reuters had forecast nonfarm payrolls increasing by 195,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate steady at 3.8 percent.
Savings from the tax cuts enabled companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index to buy back a record number of shares in the first three months of 2018.
But average, hourly earnings increased in both May and June, according toBLS numbers. That relatively modest increase means that, after adjusting for inflation, overall wages remain almost flat. This means that workers' wages will likely fall behind the rate of inflation, which in May reached 2.8 percent.
"Wages could rise at a faster pace in the future as the economy is humming and the labor market is tight", said Sung Won Sohn, chief economist at SS Economics in Los Angeles.
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The UK Parliament would "take back control" by having the power to align UK goods rules with Brussels - or to diverge from them. The UK is firm that it will end free movement, as well as the jurisdiction of the EU's top court in British affairs.
The bottom line is that the buoyancy in June's US labor market statistics will reaffirm the Federal Reserve's view that the economy is doing super-well at present and that further interest rate hikes will be justified.
The dollar fell to a three-week low against a basket of currencies on the employment report. The figure for aircraft imports more than tripled to $937 million due to the purchase of several air liners from the U.S.
Altogether, 285,000 new jobs have been added in the manufacturing sector in the past year.
Remaining slack in the job market could be keeping a lid on wage growth, said Cathy Barerra, chief economist at ZipRecruiter.
The U-6 or underemployment rate rose to 7.8 percent from 7.6 percent; the gauge includes part-time workers who'd prefer a full-time position and people who want a job but aren't actively looking.
Payroll growth in May was revised up to 244,000 from 223,000 in yesterday's report.
Gross domestic product estimates for the April-June period are above a 4 percent annualized rate, double the 2.0 percent pace logged in the first quarter.
The economy continues to show many signs of strength despite the brewing trade war.
Hanging over the labour market are President Donald Trump's tariffs on goods from some of America's largest trading partners, along with retaliatory charges. US tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods are due to come into effect on Friday.
Economists expect the manufacturing sector to bear the brunt of the tit-for-tat tariffs, through a slowdown in hiring and capital expenditure.
Yet the monthly figures landed the same day as President Donald Trump intensified a global trade war with United States levies on US$34 billion (RM137.36 billion) of Chinese goods, spurring retaliatory tariffs. But retailers shed 21,600 jobs, with the losses concentrated at general merchandise stores. There were gains in professional and business services employment as well as leisure and hospitality.
In the hope a truce can be agreed between her feuding ministers, the strategy will be set out in a white paper the following week. Prime Minister May will try to clarify business concerns during Cabinet crunch talks on Brexit at her Chequers retreat on Friday.
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Swedish great Ibrahimovic is now playing in America for ex-England captain Beckham's former side Los Angeles Galaxy. They need opportunities to play. "So they're two years further on and we've benefited from that as well".
But that is about all we get throughout the day, leaving our appetites healthy for more information about the rescue operation. Ekkapol's message is the first from the coach, whose role in the team's predicament has split Thai social media.
With the job market expanding and new workers flooding in, some employers may not feel pressure to hike wages for their employees. Major trade partners, including China, Canada, Mexico and the European Union, have retaliated with their own tariffs.
Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are investigating Cohen for alleged violations of election law and possible financial crimes. Trump allegedly said he saw through Cohen's "scam" and "immediately walked out" of the interview, as reported by Deadline .
Divers were also brought in to see if any passengers were trapped inside the sunken " Phoenix Diving", he added. Officials said the Thai Royal Navy is assisting in the rescue with divers and helicopters.
How can we think that? That was, for me, the explanation and I thought: "OK, come on, we need to check that". But now I know a concussion isn't coming and going in a day - if you have one, you see it days later.
But Narongsak said it would probably take even longer - until December or January - for the water level to get that low. The death on Friday of a former Thai navy SEAL, Saman Gunan, underscored the risks of making the underwater journey.
Many are in awe of the way manager Gareth Southgate , 47, has brought the team together. The Mail On Sunday online edition said, "The Dream Goes On!"
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He also said JLR was still keen to invest in the UK. 'This would be in jeopardy should we be faced with the wrong outcome. But it said many jobs could be at risk if the government does not secure a strong Brexit deal that promotes trade.
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Exports declined mostly because of weaker trade on motor vehicles and parts as well as metal ores and non-metallic minerals. The Bank of Canada is expected to raise its target for the overnight rate to 1.5% on Wednesday.
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