ADP report: U.S. adds 57,000 jobs in February

PAYROLL GROWTH since 2001 at large companies is shown in green, mid-sized companies in pink and small companies in dark blue; the gray bar at the beginning of the graph indicates the recession of 2001.  /
PAYROLL GROWTH since 2001 at large companies is shown in green, mid-sized companies in pink and small companies in dark blue; the gray bar at the beginning of the graph indicates the recession of 2001. /
U.S. employers added 57,000 jobs last month – the smallest gain since July 2003, and less than half January’s increase of 121,000 jobs – according to the ADP National Employment Report. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg News had expected ADP to report a 100,000-job gain in private employment for February. The private report is based on…

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