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In Q2 2016, payroll employment continued to increase in non-farm market sectors (+0.2%). With 24,100 jobs created, it increased slightly less than in the previous quarter (+37,300 jobs). Year-on-year, it rose by +0.9% (+143,300 jobs).
Employment continued to drop in industry in Q2 2016 (-0.3%, i.e -9,700 jobs). In construction, job losses resumed (-0.3%, i.e. -3,500 jobs after +0.1% in the previous quarter). Year-on-year, industry shed more jobs (-33,900) than construction (-13,400).
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