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U.S. private sector adds more jobs than expected in July
Aug 1, 2012
But manufacturing sector remains weak
NEW YORK (Reuters) — Companies in the United States hired more workers than expected in July as the labour market slowly chugged along, but the country’s manufacturing sector remained weak last month, data showed on Wednesday.
The ADP National Employment Report showed private employers created 163,000 jobs in July, more than the 120,000 that had been expected though slightly less than June’s 172,000. June was originally reported as 176,000.