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U.S. | 6 August 2018 Don't Worry About July's Payroll Numbers, Trend is Still 200K-plus
We are not worried, at all, by the slowdown in headline payroll growth to 157K in July from an upwardly-revised 248K in June.

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6 August 2018 Don't Worry About July's Payroll Numbers, Trend is Still 200K-plus

By Ian Shepherdson

We are not worried, at all, by the slowdown in headline payroll growth to 157K in July from an upwardly-revised 248K in June.

Posted: 6th Aug 2018 in 'U.S.'

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