FMI June Employment Preview: +160K Private Jobs Likely Added in June

posted by Michael Lewis on July 07, 2017

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FMI expects that +160K private sector jobs were added in June, a pick-up from May but in-line with the six-month average. The jobless rate should stay low.


FMI’s analysis of today’s June Employment Preview, including our review of the latest Weekly UI Claims & Rail Traffic results.

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