In a chart – August Gust 2020 here is where the jobs are

The U.S. economy added more jobs than expected in August as the federal government cut almost all major sectors for the 2020 census and increased retail employment.

The Labor Department reported on Friday that payrolls in August rose 1.37 million from an estimate of 1.32 million by economists polled by the Dow Jones. Unemployment rate.4. to%, which is better than the expected 8.8%.

CNBC studied the net changes made by the industry for August Gust jobs based on data contained in the employment report.

The government showed the strictest number of rents. The net payroll for the sector was sold for 34 4,34,000 by the federal government in anticipation of a rent for the 2020 census, an increase of about 5 %% in total non-formal employment in a quarter of a month. The number of eye-openers was high as the federal government hired 238,000 temporary 2020 census workers.

Seema Shah, chief strategist at Principal Global Investors, said in an email statement that the 1.3737 million increase in payroll in August after yesterday’s sale would be a collective relief.

“A small negative impact in today’s report could have on those financial support discussions.” “With increasing signs that U.S. activity is improving and jobs are returning, there is less pressure on Congress to deliver a new monetary stimulus package. That would be a mistake.”

Retail was second in August with a net increase of 249,000 jobs. About half of this increase occurred in general merchandise stores, including department stores, warehouse clubs and supersenters. Motor vehicle and parts dealers also saw a significant gain of Rs 22,000, while electronics and appliance stores saw an increase of Rs 21,000.

“These improvements in the labor market reflect a continuous reflective installation of economic activity that was cut due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic.”

“The increase in government employment in August is largely due to temporary rents for the 2020 census.” “Significant jobs have also been found in the retail trade, vocational and professional services, leisure and hospitality and education and health services.”

Leisure and hospitality continued to be a strong number after being hit hard as the Covid-19 earlier in the year and its efforts to end the spread of stable travel plans and shutter restaurants across the country. Last month, the sector added 1,174,000, a growth of about 75% from food services and drinking places.

Despite receiving a total of 6.6 million jobs in the last four months, employment in food services and drinking places has increased by 4 per cent since February. million million has been reduced.

Professional and professional services, including engineers and architects’ consultants and various specialists from lawyers, added 197,000 jobs. More than half of those periods, or 106,000 jobs, have come in temporary support services.

CNBC’s Net Rattener contributed to the reporting.