The US economy added 187,000 jobs in July, below economist estimates of 200,000 and slightly above the downwardly revised 185,000 jobs in June, according to government data released yesterday. The unemployment rate dropped to 3.5%, from 3.6% in June and 3.7% in May. Average hourly earnings grew 0.4% month-over-month and 4.4% year-over-year, matching June.
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- ACC wants STB to look into Class I liability requirements for hazmat shipments
- UAW Goes on Strike Against GM, Ford and Stellantis
- TEAMSTERS STAND WITH UAW FOR FAIR CONTRACT AT BIG 3 AUTOMAKERS
- J.B. Hunt acquiring BNSF Logistics’ brokerage unit
- FRA advisory: High-impact wheels damage rails, track structures
- Compare and contrast as they say…
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- Union Pacific’s new CEO won’t forego cuts as he works to improve safety and service at the railroad