WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - Recently settled strikes by U.S. workers at automotive-related factories likely will take a little bit of the edge off of U.S. nonfarm payroll job losses this month, a government report showed on Friday. The Labor Department said 8,300 striking workers had returned to the job by the time it canvassed employers for its nonfarm payrolls report due on July 3. During its survey period earlier this month, it said there were no workers on strike. In May, 3,600 ...
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