Picking up from November’s better-than-anticipated jobs picture, it appears that December’s jobs growth will be even more robust than anticipated. According to the ADP Research Institute monthly employment survey, companies added 238,000 more workers than projected in December. According to Bloomberg, the increase in employment was the biggest since November 2012 and followed a revised 229,000 gain in November that was stronger than initially estimated. The December tally exceeded the most optimistic forecast in a Bloomberg survey in which the median projection called for a 200,000 advance.

Read story: Companies in U.S. Added 238,000 Jobs in December, ADP Says (SFGate.com)

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