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US - ADP: Employment up across all regions

July 10 2013

Private-sector employment increased on a seasonally adjusted basis in June in all nine U.S. Census Bureau divisions, according to ADP’s monthly regional employment report. Additionally, all the 29 U.S. states tracked by the report recorded gains, as did the District of Columbia.

California, Texas, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois posted the largest job gains during the month; the six states combined to account for more than half of all new private sector jobs in June. However, Nevada recorded the highest percentage increase at 0.30 percent.

“All nine U.S. Census Bureau Divisions recorded private sector job growth in June, with the South Atlantic, Pacific and West South Central generating the most new jobs for the second consecutive month,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, senior director of the ADP Research Institute. 

Jobs added, by state:

  • Alabama: 3,380, +0.20 percent
  • Arizona: 5,210, +0.25 percent
  • California: 31,040, +0.26 percent
  • Colorado: 4,400, +0.23 percent
  • Connecticut: 1,540, +0.11 percent
  • Florida: 12,910, +0.20 percent
  • Georgia: 4,880, +0.20 percent
  • Idaho: 1,300, +0.25 percent
  • Illinois: 8,500, +0.17 percent
  • Indiana: 6,560, +0.26 percent
  • Kentucky: 3,220, +0.21 percent
  • Maryland: 2,160, +0.10 percent
  • Massachusetts: 3,550, +0.12 percent
  • Michigan: 4,370, +0.13 percent
  • Minnesota 2,540, +0.11 percent
  • Nevada: 3,070, +0.30 percent
  • New Jersey: 2,890, +0.09 percent
  • New York: 10,000, +0.13 percent
  • North Carolina: 2,750, +0.08 percent
  • Ohio: 4,760, +0.11 percent
  • Oregon: 2,430, +0.18 percent
  • Pennsylvania: 9,370, +0.18 percent
  • South Carolina: 3,420, +0.22 percent
  • Tennessee: 3,690, +0.16 percent
  • Texas: 23,420, +0.25 percent
  • Utah: 2,450, +0.23 percent
  • Virginia: 5,730, +0.19 percent
  • Washington: 6,190, +0.26 percent
  • Washington D.C.: 720, +0.14 percent
  • Wisconsin: 980, +0.04 percent

ADP and Moody’s Analytics Inc. derived the report from an anonymous subset of about 406,000 U.S. business clients, which employ more than 23 million U.S. workers.

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