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U.S. Jobs Growth Steady in June, Backed by $18 Billion in Industrial Project Starts

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SUGAR LAND--July 10, 2013--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--During the last three months, the U.S. jobs situation has improved slightly. While the level of job growth has not even come close to pre-recession numbers, it has remained steadily positive. This has not led to a significant decrease in the overall unemployment number, even as the jobs figures for the last several months have been backed by significant industrial construction starts. In June, 195,000 jobs were created in the U.S., which follows 199,000 in April and another 195,000 in May, while industrial construction starts topped the $18 billion mark.


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