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Americans are also gradually gaining confidence in the economy, which means spending could accelerate in coming months.
And on Friday, the government said consumer spending and income picked up in June.
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Still, Friday's report echoes other data that point to an improving economy. Growth accelerated during the April June quarter, the government said Wednesday, after contracting sharply in the first three months of the year. Last quarter's bounce back assuaged fears that growth was too weak to support this year's rapid hiring.
recovery. In July, average hourly earnings ticked up just a penny to $24.45. That's just 2 percent higher than it was 12 months earlier and is slightly below current inflation of 2.1 percent. In a healthy economy, wages before inflation would rise 3.5 percent to 4 percent annually.
Average job gains over the past six months reached 244,000 in July, the best such average in eight years.
In early trading Friday morning, stock averages were mixed. The yield on the 10 year Treasury note fell, suggesting less concern about a Fed rate increase.
Investors remain anxious about whether the broad economic gains will lead the Fed to raise its benchmark short term rate sooner than expected. Such fears likely contributed to Thursday's 317 point plunge in the Dow Jones industrial average its worst day since February.
had marked the 5 year old recovery.
The weak pay growth suggests that "the labor market still has far to go before it is fully healed," Michael Dolega, senior economist at TD Economics, wrote in a note to clients. "Lack of wage gains leaves the Fed with a strong case for keeping rates low for the next several quarters."
In the April June quarter, the economy expanded at a seasonally adjusted 4 percent annual rate after a steep 2.1 percent contraction in the first quarter. Americans stepped up their spending, particularly on autos, furniture and other big ticket items. Businesses also spent more on plants, office buildings and equipment.
Weak pay gains are restraining the housing market, usually a key driver of growth. A measure of signed contracts to buy homes slipped in June, the National Association of Realtors said this week. That suggests that home sales will decline in coming months.
Still, July's gain was less than in the previous three months and probably wasn't strong enough to intensify fears that the Federal Reserve will soon raise interest rates to curb inflation.
Higher paying jobs showed strong increases in July. Manufacturing added 28,000 jobs, the most in eight months. Construction added 22,000 and financial services 7,000, its fourth straight gain.
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The unemployment rate ticked up in July to 6.2 percent from 6.1 percent as more Americans started looking for work. Most didn't find jobs, but the increase suggests that they're more optimistic about their prospects. The jobless aren't counted as unemployed unless they're actively seeking work.
"Job growth slowed in July after heated gains in the past three months," Sal Guatieri, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets, noted in a research note. "But hiring trends remain solid, reflecting a strengthening economy."
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