US Employers Post More Jobs in June, Pull Back on Hiring
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. employers advertised more jobs in June compared with May, but overall hiring fell, painting a mixed picture of the job market.
The number of jobs posted on the last day in June jumped 9.6% to 5.9 million, the Labor Department said Monday, a solid gain but still below the pre-pandemic level of about 7 million.
And employers hired 6.7 million people in June, down from 7.2 million in May, a record high.
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