New Jersey added 7,300 private-sector jobs in May, according to the latest report from ADP.The Roseland-based payroll and human resources company said Wednesday that the state’s growth for the month nearly doubled the 3,700 jobs gained in April.
The services sector led the way, with 5,900 jobs added, while the goods-producing sector added 1,400 jobs.
Among industries, natural resources/mining and construction added 1,500 jobs, while trade, transportation and utilities added 1,400. On the other hand, manufacturing lost 100 jobs, ADP said.
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