New Jersey added 4,900 private-sector jobs in June, according to human resources and payroll company ADP.
According to the Roseland-based firm’s Regional Employment Report, the Garden State added 5,200 services jobs and lost 200 goods-producing jobs.
Among industries, professional and business services gained 2,700 jobs and trade, transportation and utilities added 500. The natural resources/mining and construction industry lost 200, and manufacturing experienced no loss or gain.
New Jersey’s growth of 0.14 of a percent was greater than the gains made in neighboring New York and Pennsylvania, both of which saw employment grow at a 0.06 of a percent rate.