Minnesota data suggests the employment is seasonal, so when the kids go back to school in the fall?
Minnesota's golf courses, hotel and restaurant owners led the way as the state added 13,200 jobs during June -- a healthy increase considering that the national economy added just 18,000 jobs last month...Wisconsin numbers and discussion, here.
For June, Minnesota's largest job gains were in the leisure and hospitality sector, which added 8,000 jobs.
Trade, transportation and utilities added 5,000 jobs, mostly thanks to retailers.
Meanwhile, the construction sector shed 2,200 jobs in June despite warm weather and the usual rush of highway and bridge repairs. The lackluster housing industry continues to keep construction jobs scarce.