June brings 157,000 new jobs to private sector

It looks as though more people were back at work in the month of June, as a recent employment reports indicates payrolls grew.

According to the ADP National Employment Report, private business sector jobs grew 157,000 on a seasonally adjusted basis.

In the service-providing sector, the report indicates jobs increased by 130,000, three times more than what was produced in May. Another employment sector that outperformed May's total was goods, as 27,000 jobs were added, a stark contrast to the 10,000 goods-producing jobs lost the previous month.

Employment for large businesses and small businesses rose by 10,000 and 88,000, respectively, according to the report.

One sector that showed negative growth, however, was manufacturing, as the industry lost 4,000 jobs, the source states.

Overall, however, it appears as though more people are making money, which means that consumers have the resources to pay for their bills. While this can improve credit fairly quickly, unfair marks can turn a good credit report into a bad one overnight. A credit attorney can help consumers locate inaccuracies and unsubstantiated items in order to investigate and dispute them.