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Private sector adds most jobs in three months: ADP CHART


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WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Private-sector employers added the most jobs in three months during March, and quicker hiring may be ahead, Automatic Data Processing Inc. reported Wednesday.

ADP said private-sector employers added 191,000 jobs last month, up from 178,000 in February. A prior estimate pegged February’s increase at 139,000.

“The job market is coming out from its deep winter slumber. Job gains are consistent with the pace prior to the brutal winter,” said Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, which prepares the report with ADP’s data. “Even better numbers are likely in coming months as the weather warms.”

Economists use ADP’s data to get a feeling for the U.S. Labor Department’s employment report, due Friday and which covers government jobs in addition to the private sector. Economists polled by MarketWatch expect the government’s report to show that nonfarm employment rose by 200,000 jobs last month, up from a gain of 175,000 jobs in February.

That would be a strong pickup from recent trends in nonfarm jobs, which show a marked slowdown. Over the three months through February, nonfarm employment rose by an average of 129,000 jobs per month, down from 230,000 during the year-earlier period.

The stronger ADP data contrast with a recent report on U.S. manufacturers that showed employment growth slowed last month, echoing separate data on Chicago-area businesses.

“The main take away from this report is simply that the U.S. economy is continuing to dig itself out,” said Millan Mulraine, deputy head, U.S. research and strategy at TD Securities. “While the pace of jobs growth does not appear to be ‘off the charts,’ there is sufficient momentum to confirm the more constructive narrative that we have been purporting in recent months.”



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Enlarge Image Job seekers talk with Target employees during a hiring event at a new store in San Francisco on Aug. 15, 2013.
Trends in ADP data hint at stabilizing private-sector employment. The three-month average for private-sector employment growth hit a recent peak of 219,000 jobs in November. The average since then has trended down, but has now been at 164,000 for the past two monthly readings.

In March, private-sector service providers added 164,000 jobs, while goods producers added 28,000 jobs. By company size, small businesses added 72,000 private-sector jobs, large businesses added 67,000 and medium businesses added 52,000.

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USD Índice de servicios de gestores de compra 55,3 55,5 55,5

USD Índice ISM no manufacturero 53,1 53,5 51,6

USD ISM Empleo No-Manufacturero 53,6 47,5

USD ISM Nuevas Órdenes No-Manufactureras 53,4 51,3

USD ISM Precios No-Manufactureros 58,3 53,7

MXN Confianza del Consumidor de México 88,8 85,2 84,5