U.S: only 80 000 new payrolls were added in June…

Friday, 6 July 2012 08:44

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released today data about country’s non-farm employment. The report says about 80 000 new jobs created in June, which is much lower than 97 000 expected.
Meanwhile May’s reading was revised up to 77 000 new payrolls added.
The average earning rose to $23.5 per hour, while working week reached 34.5 hours.
Despite disappointing reading of non-farm employment, unemployment rate remained stable at 8.2%, in line with expectations.