One is that employment and wage increases are in sectors hiring the highly-skilled and educated, not Trump's base of white, blue-collar workers.
New positions among autoworkers fell by 1,300 in the sector that has seen sales dwindle after the record pace of 2016.
So far, 2017 is on track to produce the fewest net new jobs in seven years. The data are not seasonally adjusted.
But the numbers under Trump fall short there too, as the economy added 658,000 jobs during that period.
Economic downturns are often followed by a period of robust growth.
Still, many business owners are seeing greater confidence among their customers.
The larger questions facing the job market have little to do with politics: How long can a record streak of job growth - now at 81 straight months - continue? This report also identifies quite a spotty record for predicting nonfarm payrolls, but the modest June growth and steady rise in first-time applications might result in some great concern that the USA labor market is losing a bit of steam. "Abstracting from the monthly ups and downs, job growth remains a stalwart between 150,000 and 200,000", said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics. It would be the first time since 2010 the figure was below 2 million.
"This new report shows positive gains: job creation came in higher than expected and the labor force grew", said House Ways and Means Committee chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, in a statement.
With the new gains, an average of 194,000 jobs have been gained in each of the past three months.
The Conference Board noted the strong job growth in June and the upward revisions for May and April suggest that the concerns about a major slowdown in job growth were premature.
Trump hasn't tweeted yet about the new jobs numbers, but he did comment during his trip to Poland ahead of the G20 Summit that everyone is getting rich in the US except for one person - Trump himself. And yes, our economy is capable of doing it if we're putting capital into productive pursuits. Businesses will often add temporary jobs for expansion first, and then convert them to regular employment when demand firms up. Though the rate of job growth has slowed since 2014 and 2015, it's still enough to draw in people who had previously stopped looking for work.
Meanwhile, the unemployment rate ticked up to 4.4 percent, but this happened for the right reasons. The report highlighted jobs growth that has exceeded recent monthly averages, which appeared to have been slowing down. It also got harder for companies to hire you because Obama policies artificially jacked up the cost of labor.