Growth Rates in Most Large States Slow from September to October with the Exception of California

The ADP Regional Employment Report for October 2013 shows a slowdown in new job creation across almost every region in the United States. The report, which breaks hiring numbers down into regions and state by state, indicates that employment increases were down almost everywhere in the nation.

The main sign of increased growth came in the Pacific region, supported primarily by the addition of more than 19,000 jobs in California. Other states saw a spike in job growth, most notably Ohio, which saw an October increase of almost 2,000 jobs above the previous six-month average.

For a more thorough breakdown, view the entire infographic, which highlights states and regions with significant change, including a chart comparing the gains against the trends of the past half-year.

Growth Rates in Most Large States Slow from September to October with the Exception of California  image ADP Employment Survey October 20132Growth Rates in Most Large States Slow from September to October with the Exception of California

Source: ADP Employment Report

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