The U.S. economy added 219,000 private, non-farm jobs in July according to the monthly employment report released today by payroll-management firm ADP and its partner Moody's Analytics. The seasonally adjusted result is approximately 21 percent higher than June's upwardly revised addition of 181,000 jobs, and marks a 7.8 percent increase from last July, when 203,000 jobs were created.

“The labor market is on a roll with no signs of a slowdown in sight,” said ADP Research Institute vice president and co-head Ahu Yildirmaz in a press release. “Nearly every industry posted strong gains and small business hiring picked up.”

“The job market is booming, impacted by the deficit-financed tax cuts and increases in government spending,” said Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi in the release. “Tariffs have yet to materially impact jobs, but the multinational companies shed jobs last month, signaling the threat.”

Small businesses—firms that employ between one and 49 employees—gained 52,000 jobs in July. Within that group, firms that employ fewer than 20 people added 21,000 jobs, and firms with 20 to 49 employees created 31,000 new positions.

Mid-sized businesses—those with 50 to 499 employees—accounted for the largest share of employment gains by company size for the ninth consecutive month, with 119,000 positions added.

Large businesses, consisting of 500 employees or more, added 48,000 jobs. Within that figure, businesses employing 500 to 999 people gained 24,000 jobs, and companies with 1,000 or more employees added 24,000 positions.

The service-providing sector—which has shown the strongest growth in the ADP's job report for 16 consecutive months—contributed 80.82 percent, or 177,000 jobs, of the total gains in July. This sector encompasses jobs in professional and business services; trade/transportation/utilities; information; financial activities; education and health; leisure and hospitality; and other services. Six of these seven subsectors experienced growth in July, with only the information subsector reporting a decrease of 1,000 jobs.

Employment in the professional and business services subsector—which includes architecture and engineering firms—added 47,000 jobs, a 17.5 percent increase from last month. This subsector accounted for 26.5 percent of all service-providing sector jobs added in July.

The goods-producing sector, which includes jobs in natural resources and mining, construction, and manufacturing, added 42,000 jobs. Within that figure, the construction subsector gained 17,000 jobs, or 40.47 percent of the jobs added in this sector in July. The natural resources/mining subsector added 3,000 jobs, while the manufacturing subsector added 23,000 new positions.

ADP's national employment report is often used as a precursor for the monthly Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report, which will release its July edition on Friday.

For more information, read the full employment report from ADP.