By  on July 5, 2019

The job market roared back to life in June, with the U.S. economy adding 224,000 positions, according to the Census Bureau. Economists on average projected a gain of just 160,000.

Job growth, which totaled just 72,000 positions last month, hasn’t been as strong since January, when the U.S. added 312,000 positions. (Economists estimate that the economy needs to add about 150,000 a month to keep up with population growth).

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