France ILO Jobless Rate At 5-year Low

Julian Assange; M.I.A

Julian Assange; M.I.A

MA employers added 3,900 jobs in April, rebounding after a sluggish March.

Data published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows that the Unemployment Rate unexpectedly slipped from 5.9% to 5.7% in April, reaching its lowest levels since January as Australia's labour market saw employment rise for the seventh consecutive month.

Connecticut's March unemployment rate was 4.8 percent. In April, payrolls nationwide bounced back with employers adding 211,000 jobs. "Our workforce agencies remain focused on closing the skills gap and ensuring that those newly entering the job market have the training necessary to access employment opportunities".

France's unemployment rate based on ILO norms unexpectedly dropped in the first quarter to its lowest level in five years, preliminary data from INSEE showed Thursday.

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Financial activities added 1,300 jobs, education and health services added 800, and other services added 100. Aside from Atlanta's gain of 87,200 positions year over year, metro areas adding at least 1,200 jobs or more were Augusta, Savannah, Gainesville, Warner Robins, Athens, Macon and Albany. There were 156,700 more people employed in April than a year ago in April 2016.

Part-time jobs were responsible for all of the growth in April.

The state's April unemployment rate remained below the USA rate of 4.4 percent. Manufacturing saw a decline of 2,900 jobs.

Trade, transportation, and utilities sector decreased by 1,300 from March 2017 to April 2017. The private sector has grown by 2.3 percent or 61,700 jobs, and the public sector has increased by 2.6 percent, adding 14,800 jobs.

The 37,400-strong jump in jobs boosted the Australian dollar AUD=D4 which rose a third of a US cent to a two-week high. That total represents an increase of 145,983 over the past 12 months.

Civilian labor force statistics include nonmilitary workers and unemployed Kentuckians who are actively seeking work.