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    Nonfarm employment rose 145,000 in December 2019 and 2.1 million for all of 2019

    January 14, 2020

    Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 145,000 in December 2019. In 2019, payroll employment rose by 2.1 million, down from a gain of 2.7 million in 2018. In December, notable job gains occurred in retail trade and health care, while mining and logging lost jobs.

    Monthly change in nonfarm payroll employment, seasonally adjusted, January 2014 to December 2019
    Month 1-month change Average monthly change for the year

    Jan 2014

    177,000 251,000

    Feb 2014

    168,000 251,000

    Mar 2014

    250,000 251,000

    Apr 2014

    327,000 251,000

    May 2014

    221,000 251,000

    Jun 2014

    324,000 251,000

    Jul 2014

    227,000 251,000

    Aug 2014

    188,000 251,000

    Sep 2014

    311,000 251,000

    Oct 2014

    258,000 251,000

    Nov 2014

    286,000 251,000

    Dec 2014

    269,000 251,000

    Jan 2015

    213,000 227,000

    Feb 2015

    248,000 227,000

    Mar 2015

    77,000 227,000

    Apr 2015

    300,000 227,000

    May 2015

    319,000 227,000

    Jun 2015

    170,000 227,000

    Jul 2015

    293,000 227,000

    Aug 2015

    122,000 227,000

    Sep 2015

    133,000 227,000

    Oct 2015

    339,000 227,000

    Nov 2015

    235,000 227,000

    Dec 2015

    280,000 227,000

    Jan 2016

    90,000 193,000

    Feb 2016

    232,000 193,000

    Mar 2016

    234,000 193,000

    Apr 2016

    211,000 193,000

    May 2016

    15,000 193,000

    Jun 2016

    282,000 193,000

    Jul 2016

    336,000 193,000

    Aug 2016

    135,000 193,000

    Sep 2016

    270,000 193,000

    Oct 2016

    128,000 193,000

    Nov 2016

    170,000 193,000

    Dec 2016

    215,000 193,000

    Jan 2017

    252,000 179,000

    Feb 2017

    141,000 179,000

    Mar 2017

    127,000 179,000

    Apr 2017

    213,000 179,000

    May 2017

    128,000 179,000

    Jun 2017

    229,000 179,000

    Jul 2017

    204,000 179,000

    Aug 2017

    187,000 179,000

    Sep 2017

    18,000 179,000

    Oct 2017

    260,000 179,000

    Nov 2017

    220,000 179,000

    Dec 2017

    174,000 179,000

    Jan 2018

    171,000 223,000

    Feb 2018

    330,000 223,000

    Mar 2018

    182,000 223,000

    Apr 2018

    196,000 223,000

    May 2018

    270,000 223,000

    Jun 2018

    262,000 223,000

    Jul 2018

    178,000 223,000

    Aug 2018

    282,000 223,000

    Sep 2018

    108,000 223,000

    Oct 2018

    277,000 223,000

    Nov 2018

    196,000 223,000

    Dec 2018

    227,000 223,000

    Jan 2019

    312,000 176,000

    Feb 2019

    56,000 176,000

    Mar 2019

    153,000 176,000

    Apr 2019

    216,000 176,000

    May 2019

    62,000 176,000

    Jun 2019

    178,000 176,000

    Jul 2019

    166,000 176,000

    Aug 2019

    219,000 176,000

    Sep 2019

    193,000 176,000

    Oct 2019

    152,000 176,000

    Nov 2019[p]

    256,000 176,000

    Dec 2019[p]

    145,000 176,000

    [p] Preliminary

    In December, retail trade added 41,000 jobs. Employment increased in clothing and accessories stores (+33,000) and in building material and garden supply stores (+7,000); both industries showed employment declines in the prior month. Employment in retail trade changed little, on net, in both 2019 (+9,000) and 2018 (+14,000).

    Employment change by industry, December 2019, seasonally adjusted
    Industry 1-month net change 12-month net change

    Mining and logging

    -9,000 -21,000

    Construction

    20,000 151,000

    Manufacturing

    -12,000 46,000

    Wholesale trade

    8,300 61,900

    Retail trade

    41,200 8,500

    Transportation and warehousing

    -10,400 57,100

    Utilities

    800 -2,400

    Information

    3,000 12,000

    Financial activities

    6,000 122,000

    Professional and business services

    10,000 397,000

    Education and health services

    36,000 647,000

    Leisure and hospitality

    40,000 388,000

    Other services

    5,000 80,000

    Government

    6,000 161,000

    Employment in health care increased by 28,000 in December. Ambulatory health care services (+23,000) and hospitals (+9,000) added jobs over the month. Health care added 399,000 jobs in 2019, compared with an increase of 350,000 in 2018.

    Mining and logging employment declined by 9,000 in December. In 2019, employment in mining and logging declined by 21,000, after rising by 60,000 in 2018.

    Construction employment changed little in December (+20,000). Employment in the industry rose by 151,000 in 2019, about half of the 2018 gain of 307,000.

    Manufacturing employment was little changed in December (-12,000). Employment in the industry changed little in 2019 (+46,000), after increasing in 2018 (+264,000).

    These data are from the Current Employment Statistics program. Data for the most recent 2 months are preliminary. To learn more, see "The Employment Situation — December 2019." We also have more charts on nonfarm employment, hours, and earnings.

    SUGGESTED CITATION

    Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, The Economics Daily, Nonfarm employment rose 145,000 in December 2019 and 2.1 million for all of 2019 on the Internet at http://www.xmgm8.com/opub/ted/2020/nonfarm-employment-rose-145000-in-december-2019-and-2-point-1-million-for-all-of-2019.htm (visited January 27, 2020).

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