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U.S. companies continued to hire at a strong rate last month, but the pace slowed from the hurricane-inflated 2017 peak seen in October, payroll firm ADP reported Wednesday.Despite that gain, the total goods producing sector slowed, adding just 36,000 positions, the lowest since the summer, after rising by more than double that amount in October. Services employment rose to 155,000, slightly higher than the prior month.The ADP report covers 411,000 firms and 24 million workers and is used as a signal on the overall labor market.
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