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Payroll Employment - Changes
Changes in payroll employment are the jobs lost or gained in any month as a percentage of total jobs in the previous month. It shows the pace and scope of job loss and creation.

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NOTES: Total nonfarm employment is the total number of jobs, part-time or full-time, in non-farm establishments. Total private employment excludes those jobs in federal, state, and local government. Manufacturing employment refers solely to manufacturing jobs. These data are from the Current Employment Statistics (CES) survey.

SOURCE: EPI analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data



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