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TRUMP EFFECT : U.S. Job Openings SOAR!

United States job openings have hit a record highs for June!

According to the latest second-quarter data on employment that the Department of Labor released, the demand for labor continues to increase.

Trump’s economy just continues to grow stronger and stronger, but the media, of course, stays silent.

Rather than focus on President Trump’s many positive achievements, the media would prefer to spend their time pushing fake news and anti-Trump propaganda.

Despite this, the numbers do not lie, and clearly President Trump’s “America First” policies are having a great effect on our badly damaged economy.

It’s great to see that our president is focused on helping put America back to work, especially after we suffered for 8 long years under Obama’s failed presidency.

From Breitbart

The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) noted that the number of job openings in the U.S. increased from 5.7 million in May to 6.2 million at the end of June, an increase of 461,000 job openings.

Of the new job openings, 417,000 of them were in the private sector, while only 44,000 were in government.

The three industries that saw the largest gains in available jobs were professional and business services, which saw a gain of 179,000 job openings; health care and social assistance, which saw an increase of 125,000 job openings; and construction, which had 62,000 additional job openings.

According to the report, the areas of the U.S. where job openings increased the most were in the Midwestern and Western regions.

The increase in job openings is the largest gain in nearly two years, according to Bloomberg Markets.

In the past 12 months alone, the U.S. economy created 2.3 million jobs, according to the report.

The job openings’ boom can be attributed to an expanding economy as competition for open positions is decreasing, making some positions harder to fill because there are less qualified applicants vying for the same position.

The U.S. economy is growing at a faster-than-expected pace, defying many Wall Street economists’ expectations.