Jobs growth surges in October, but fails to meet experts’ expectations

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The economy created 313,000 jobs in February, official figures show, far in excess of analysts’ expectations. However, the unemployment rate remained at 4.1%, while the annual earnings growth rate slowed to 2.6% last month.

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Employment growth surges in UK manufacturing. The IHS Markit purchasing managers’ index increased to 56.3 in October, up from 56.0 in September. Analysts were expecting a reading of 55.9. Any reading above 50 indicates an expansion, while anything below indicates a contraction.

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American employers added 215,000 jobs in November – while October’s job growth was upwardly revised from 130,000 to 184,000. That’s according to payroll processor adp, anyway.

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U.S. job growth surges in April, but many have stopped looking for work.. U.S. job growth increased at its fastest pace in more than two years in April, and the unemployment rate dived to a five-and-a-half year low of 6.3 percent, the Labor Department said Friday in its latest monthly report.

The jobs report pushed markets higher today. As one chief investment officer put it: "This jobs report was the perfect slice of pizza."

Latest Jobs Report Shows Highest Employment Growth in 8 Months. A modest 144,000 jobs were created in April. May’s figure was revised lower, while April’s is higher than initially reported. The unemployment rate rose to 4.9 percent from 4.7 percent as more Americans began looking for jobs, a sign they were more confident about their prospects.

Australian jobs growth surges in August. The country’s unemployment rate was unchanged at a seasonally adjusted 5.6% in August, as more people entered the job market. Economists surveyed ahead of the release had expected a steady jobless rate, predicting the economy would add 20,000 jobs in the month.

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