Increase in Number of Jobs Posted on Granted.com Echoes ADP Report Findings

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Slowly, but steadily, jobs are spiraling in the U.S. Granted brings a huge number of these
opportunities to job seekers who are yet unemployed or looking for a job change.
Pasadena, CA (PRWEB) October 04, 2013 -- Experts are still concerned with regard to the creation of jobs
given the fiscal austerity, but data from Automatic Data Processing Inc. (ADP) narrates a different story. Latest
ADP National Employment Report shows that private sector jobs have grown rapidly in September with small
businesses adding 74,000 jobs, large businesses adding 64,000 opportunities, medium businesses adding 28,000
chances, service providers adding 147,000 positions and goods producers adding 19,000 employment
possibilities in the country. A preview of the increase in jobs can be observed on Granted.com, a jobsite that
consolidates millions of U.S. and international jobs on one platform.

A location-wise search on the jobsite shows that employment opportunities in the U.S. have spurred largely in
places like Schaumburg (2009) and Chicago (26933) in Illinois; Washington (18028) in District of Columbia;
Austin (13957), Dallas (18896), Houston (34579) and many other cities in Texas; Seattle (14485) and Bellevue
(2938) in Washington; Pittsburgh (8507) in Pennsylvania; Cleveland (7339) and Columbus (9469) in Ohio and
more.

As per the ADP report, construction, trade/transportation/utilities, and professional and business services
sectors witnessed the highest job growth in September. While construction payroll jobs were up by 16,000,
about 54,000 jobs were added in the trade/transportation/utilities sector and 27,000 new employment openings
were created in the professional/business services sector. A surge in jobs in these sectors is also reflected on the
Granted website.

Analyzing the job market trends, Chief Economist of Moody’s Analytics, Mark Zandi comments, “Job creation
continues to be consistent with a slowly declining unemployment rate.” This is encouraging news, even though
Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected a September gain of 180,000 jobs in comparison to the
originally estimated increase of 176,000 in August. A. Harrison Barnes, Chief Executive Officer of Granted
says, “Despite economic upheavals, the job market has largely been resilient. The labor market has progressed
steadily and job growth is picking up pace.”

In light of news reports claiming that the job situation in America is dreary, researchers at Granted say the
employment scenario in America is not all that bad. In fact, they say, “there have been noticeable employment
gains for three years and the jobs created include both private and government jobs.” Visit
http://www.granted.com/browsejobs.html to browse through several opportunities in America and categorically
search employment opportunities conducting a Title, Company or State-wise search.

About Granted

Granted.com is a job search site based in Pasadena, CA. It is a part of the Employment Research Institute and
owned by A. Harrison Barnes.




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http://www.granted.com/
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