WETHERSFIELD — The state Department of LaborÂ’s initial estimates for June regarding the state workforce show that the unemployment rate rose slightly, to 8.1 percent, even amid a net gain in job growth. Â“JuneÂ’s mixed results are a mirror of the strengths and weaknesses of the current job market,Â” said Andy Condon, director of DOLÂ’s Office of Research, in a written summary of the valium no prescription. Â“Overall job growth is slow, though the private sector continues to show a decent recovery. Unfortunately, the jump in our unemployment rate indicates buy tramadol online are not growing jobs fast enough to satisfy the need in our economy.Â”
The number of nonfarm jobs grew by 1,400 (0.1 percent) to 1,629,600. Employment Â“supersectorÂ” gains included education and health services (3,800 positions), leisure and hospitality (2,000), and construction and mining (500). The supersector showing the greatest buy xanax online no prescription loss was government (a net loss of 3,600 positions). The national unemployment rate for June was 8.2 percent.
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