The U.S. economy posted its third consecutive month of job growth in June stating that U.S employers had added 80,000 jobs in June barely passing May’s 77,000 added jobs. The U.S. gained just 225,000 jobs in the past three months combined, fewer than in January alone and the weakest quarter of job growth since 2010. Unemployment rate remains unchanged at 8.2%. Even with June’s numbers coming in stronger than the previous two months, the pace of job creation remains well below figures at the start of the year.
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