“Gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love. How on earth can you explain in terms of chemistry and physics so important a biological phenomenon as first love? Put your hand on a stove for a minute and it seems like an hour. Sit with that special girl for an hour and it seems like a minute. That’s relativity.”
The US added a lackluster 169,000 new jobs during August, and growth for June and July was revised downward by 74,000 jobs. Unemployment of 7.3% in August was down only marginally from 7.4% in July. The numbers were disappointing, and stock market reaction to the news was mixed on Friday the sixth. On one hand, the weak jobs report increased optimism that the Fed will delay the tapering of its bond purchases when it meets in September. Others focused on the weak job growth, the concentration of growth in low paying retail and restaurant jobs, and the lack of real improvement in unemployment.
For the second consecutive month, the trade, transportation, and utility sector led job growth, with 64,000 new jobs, including 44,000 retail trade sector jobs. Within the retail sector, clothing and accessory stores benefited from back to school spending, creating almost 14,000 new jobs. Food and beverage gained 11,700 jobs.
Education and health services gained 43,000 jobs during August, making it the second fastest growing sector of the economy. The new jobs were largely concentrated in health care (+38,300 jobs). Leisure and hospitality sector growth accelerated, with 27,000 new jobs created during August.
Government sector employment gained 17,000 jobs during August. Federal and state government employment were relatively flat, but school budgets in many areas have increased, leading to greater hiring for the new school year that boosted local government employment.
Manufacturing sector job growth totaled 14,000 in August. Most parts of the manufacturing sector neither added or lost a notable number of jobs. However, motor vehicles and parts added 18,800 jobs during the month as manufacturers rehired those that had been temporarily cut in July as factories retooled to changeover production for new vehicles.
Information services and financial activities lost jobs, and the construction and other services sectors of the economy were flat during the month.
Job creation in August fell below expectations, which was disappointing, but it was consistent with expectations of slow economic growth. The ongoing housing market recovery has had a positive impact on the economy, but it has been offset by concerns about higher interest rates and possible US intervention in Syria. Growth will stay slow at best as long as these contradictory forces characterize the economy.
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