The city’s health care and social assistance sector saw small gains in July, adding about 1,000 jobs from June, bringing the total to 795,000, according to a report from Comptroller Scott Stringer that was released Monday.
The data comes from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, part of the Department of Labor. The dataset includes ambulatory health care services, hospitals, nursing and residential care facilities, and social assistance entities, such as home health services and day care.
The sector has come a long way since the Covid-19 surge in April 2020 and has regained 86,000 jobs since then. The amount, however, was below pre-pandemic levels; 819,000 jobs were recorded
→ Continue reading at Crain's New York Business