According to preliminary data released by the Ministry of Labor on Friday, February 4, employment in the trucking industry fell by 2,900 in January. Employment in the trucking industry fell from the previous month in the first month since April.
The slowdown in truck convoy employment is in line with the overall trend of the US economy. Employment growth in the broader economy has peaked in recent months, with employers adding a total of only 49,000 jobs in January on a seasonally adjusted basis.
Since May, the employment fleet has increased employment by 47,000, but the industry as a whole hired about 1,475,000 in January, most recently in February last year before the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic began. It was below the high level of nearly 50,000 people.Full-scale in America
Similarly, year-over-year, total employment fleet employment decreased by 47,300 compared to January 2020, a decrease of approximately 53,000 from the same month of 2019.
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