Franchised establishments in the United States rose only modestly in their hires in September over August. Franchises gained 5,800 jobs in September.
Franchises and other businesses continue their hiring spree. In August, franchised establishments throughout the U.S. moderately increased their hiring by 17,200 jobs.
Franchised establishments in the United States gained a supersized 41,900 jobs in July.
Franchises in the United States gained a modest 13,500 jobs in June while small businesses dropped hires, according to ADP Research Institute.
Franchise establishments in the United States lost 4,800 jobs in May, according to ADP Research Institute. That is the highest loss of franchise jobs since September 2018.
As private sector hiring roared in April, U.S. franchises in the United States showed a lackluster gain of 9,500 jobs. Franchises in particular seemed to be struggling in the competition for workers.
Franchise establishments in the United States increased their hiring by only 4,000 jobs from the end of February to March.
The rise in jobs for February was not bad for franchise establishments compared to other private non-farm businesses. That may be an early indicator that hiring in the overall U.S. economy is slowing down.
Franchise hiring grew by a robust 33,000 jobs from December to January in the United States, according to ADP Research Institute. It is the highest increase since February of 2018.
Franchises in the U.S. hired 29,000 more positions than the month before, according to ADP National Franchise Report.