Last week Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP) released the Regional Employment Report on job data collected for September 2013. Each month ADP reports on regional job gains across the United States. The report is a measure of employment from an estimated 406,000 business clients who employ more than 23 million workers.
Job creation during September came in at 166,000 jobs that were added to the economy. The South Atlantic states created the most jobs during September with 38,000. “The South Atlantic region generated the largest number of new private sector jobs during the month of September, and together with the West South central and Mountain regions, also recorded the strongest monthly growth rate, based on population” said Ahu Yildirmaz, Senior Director of the ADP Research Institute.
Among all states the strongest job growth was seen in Texas with 22,330 jobs, Florida with 16,540 jobs and California with 16,580 jobs created. Most jobs created in September were in the Service-providing sectors. Of the three job creation leading states there were 48,810 Service-providing sector jobs and 6,750 Goods-producing sector jobs created in September.
ADP publishes the Regional Employment Jobs Report as part of the company's commitment understanding employment and labor trends. The report is in collaboration with Moody's Analytics, Inc. and is a monthly estimate of private non farm employment among companies in the US. To view the full report go to ADP Regional Employment Report September 2013. The next Regional Employment Jobs Report will be released by ADP on November 6, 2013 that will cover jobs data collected during October 2013.
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