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U.S. Documents | 8 June 2017 Hiring Plans Signal 200K-plus Summer Payroll Gains
Our core view on the May payroll number remains that the single most likely cause of the unexpectedly modest increase is a seasonal adjustment error, triggered when the survey is conducted early in the month.

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8 June 2017 Hiring Plans Signal 200K-plus Summer Payroll Gains

By Ian Shepherdson

Our core view on the May payroll number remains that the single most likely cause of the unexpectedly modest increase is a seasonal adjustment error, triggered when the survey is conducted early in the month.

Posted: 7th Jun 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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