POLITICO’s Job Tracker provides a look at the latest job and job title data for companies in America.
The site also provides a snapshot of U.S. job vacancies for the past seven days.
The chart below provides an overview of Walmart’s job numbers and the job vacancies available in the past week.
The company posted a loss of 1,934 full-time jobs in July and July of this year, while hiring increased slightly.
Walmart is also reporting a gain of 1.4 million full-year jobs in June, up from a gain in May of this season.
It was not immediately clear how Walmart is determining these gains.
Last week, Walmart reported its biggest-ever quarterly loss, but the company also posted a gain, and it also reported a gain for the quarter.
Walmart’s profit was $1.4 billion, up 2.6 percent from a year ago.
The report showed Walmart has expanded its full-line grocery store operations in the U.K., which is not unusual.
The company expanded into supermarkets and supercenters last year.
Wal-Mart also posted record sales in its fullline grocery business, with sales increasing by 15 percent year-over-year.
It also reported record-high same-store sales, with same-day sales rising by 14.1 percent year over year.
It is the company’s fourth consecutive quarter of year-on-year sales growth.
The grocery business also helped Walmart to record a profit of $1 billion in the quarter, and its second-highest profit margin in three years.
Walmart also reported an 11.5 percent year on year profit, up 6.5 percentage points from a loss in the same-year fiscal year.
The retailer also reported that it posted record-low inventory in July, which was good news for consumers.
However, the retailer was able to maintain that low inventory levels for the fourth consecutive month.
Walmart reported it had 1,834,000 inventory items on hand for the month of July, down from 2,868,000 in June.
The retailer is now at about 2.8 million inventory items, down about 20,000 from a record high of 3.8 billion inventory items in May.