The United States added 372,000 jobs in June

Employers continued to hire workers in June, albeit at a slower pace than at the start of the year, in an economy that is otherwise rapidly cooling under the weight of high inflation and rising interest rate.

The US economy added 372,000 jobs in June, the Labor Department said Friday. Hiring gains last month held close to the previous three months, when companies added an average of nearly 400,000 workers, but slipped from higher totals at the start of the year.


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