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<!–:en–>U.S. EMPLOYMENT SITUATION REPORT FOR MARCH 2012<!–:–>

April 9, 2012

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the U.S. Employment Situation Report for March on Friday, March 6 showing national unemployment was down slightly to 8.2% from the previous month’s 8.3%.

The Report showed that job growth for March slowed sharply and it began to raise new questions about the strength of the most recent economic recovery that began during the fall of 2011. For March, U.S. employers added 120,000 new positions which are only half the job gains over the previous three month period.

In addition, the latest employment report comes at a critical period in the U.S. Presidential campaign and raises questions regarding President Obama’s re-election in November. However, research suggests that major economic reports for the upcoming summer months will likely set the most important tone for voters’ outlook for the November elections.

Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 120,000 in March. In the prior three months, payroll employment had risen by an average of 246,000 per month. Private-sector employment grew by 121,000 in March, including gains in manufacturing, food
services and drinking places, and health care. Retail trade lost jobs over the month. Government employment was essentially unchanged.  Industry job growth/decline changes between February and March 2012 by major industry categories included the following:

Industry Changes from Feb., 2012 to Mar., 2012 Special Note
Total non-farm 120,000
Total private 121,000
Mining/Logging     1,000 Includes oil & gas extraction
Construction    -7,000 Declines
in both residential & non-residential construction
Manufacturing-Durable Goods   26,000 Growth in motor vehicles, machinery & fabricated metal
products categories
Manufacturing-

Non-Durable Goods

  11,000 Growth in food manufacturing, paper & paper products &
chemicals categories
Wholesale Trade     4,100
Retail Trade  -33,800 Declines in general merchandise stores & department stores
categories
Transportation & Warehousing     2,800 Growth in support activities for transportation categories
Utilities     1,200
Information    -9,000 Declines in motion picture & sound recording, broadcast
& telecommunications categories
Financial activities   15,000 Growth in credit intermediation & related & rental &
leasing categories
Prof. & business services   31,000 Growth in services to buildings & dwellings, administrative
& support services & management & technical consulting; sizeable
decline in employment services.
Education & health services   37,000 Growth in health care, educational services & hospitals
Leisure & hospitality   39,000 Growth in accommodation & food services category
Other services     3,000
GOVERNMENT
Federal (exclude U.S. Postal Service) No change
U.S. Postal Service    -2,100
State Government     2,000
Local Government    -3,000

04.09.2012

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