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The unemployment rate dropped yet again in June, to 6.1 percent. However, total unemployment, which dropped only 10 basis points in June to 12.1 percent, is still double that official rate.
Total non-farm employment increased by 288,000 jobs, making June the fifth consecutive month of growth over 200,000 net new jobs. And, this growth was diverse, with the top three industry markets contributing only one-half of new jobs, and all but two subsectors showing net growth.
See more employment data, including demographic, geographic and industry breakdowns, in this report featuring research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and JLL.
Additional office market research at: http://bit.ly/1znn4KF
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