A U.S. data company reported that the recovery of the U.S. labor market slowed down due to the intensification of the coronavirus pandemic.
December 2nd local time, the national employment report released by the American Automatic Data Processing Company showed that the recruitment rate of private employers in the United States in November was lower than expected.
This shows that the rate of COVID-19 infection is soaring, which is slowing down the recovery of the labor market from the coronavirus epidemic.
The report shows that 307,000 new jobs were created by private enterprises in the United States in November, which is far lower than the 410,000 jobs expected by economists.
It is reported that the new jobs in November covered most industries, the largest increase of which was in the leisure and catering industry, which added 95,000 jobs, which is one of the industries most affected by the epidemic.
In addition, education and health services added 69,000 jobs, professional and business services added 55,000 jobs, and trade, transportation and utilities added 31,000 jobs.