According to a report by ADP Research Institute, published today, private-sector employment in the U.S. increased by 250,000 from November to December. Job growth surged in December 2017. The U.S. private sector added 250,000 jobs in December, which is the biggest rise since March, Reuters reports. More conservative estimates predicted a gain ranging from 165,000 to 225,000 jobs, but the reality seems to have surpassed everyone’s expectations.
Here are the changes by business size, according to ADP.
Change by sector and industry is divided into two parts: one concerns the goods producing sector and the other one the service-providing sector.
Goods-producing sector job growth is as follows.
The service providing sector is outperforming the goods-producing sector when it comes to job growth and by a large margin, with the growth of 222,000 jobs in total. Interestingly, the only industry that seems to be “in the red” is the Information industry, which has not grown …