It’s been just revealed that the US jobs numbers are on the rise these days, and this is beating the estimates. Check out the latest reports about this below.

US jobs numbers rise

The price of Bitcoin (BTC) remains stable at around $27,000, while recent data shows that US job numbers have exceeded expectations.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently released economic news indicating that payroll employment increased by 339,000 in May, although the unemployment rate also rose by 0.3% to 3.7%.

“Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 339,000 in May, and the unemployment rate rose by 0.3 percentage point to 3.7 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.”

The same notes continued and said:

“Job gains occurred in professional and business services, government, health care, construction, transportation and warehousing, and social assistance.”

According to BloombergTV’s analyst and reporter, Katie Greifeld, the increase in employment figures exceeded expectations.

However, she also highlighted some deficiencies in the job market, including the average hourly earnings and the escalating unemployment rate.

“*US MAY PAYROLLS INCREASE 339,000; EST. 195,000

but also

*US MAY AVERAGE HOURLY EARNINGS RISE 4.3% [year over year]; EST. +4.4%


Bitcoin could copy the rise of Apple, new reports claim

According to Jurrien Timmer, the global macro director at Fidelity Investments, the fluctuating cycles of crypto assets resemble those of the tech bubble, with both experiencing periods of bullishness and bearishness.

According to Timmer, similar to how Amazon and Apple emerged as successful tech stocks during the tech bubble, the crypto industry is facing a similar situation where certain digital assets will thrive while others may not survive.

Timmer believes that Bitcoin (BTC) has the potential to become the “Apple” of the cryptocurrency market.

“Crypto’s boom-bust cycle can be compared to the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s. The internet bubble took many unqualified stocks to astronomical heights, only to see them lose most or all their value when the bubble burst.”

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