The monthly ADP Private Employment report was just released. ADP estimates that 176k private sector jobs were added in June. Statistically, the ADP report is the single best indicator of the total job growth in the past month. It has the highest (90%+) correlation to the monthly jobs report count put out by the government's Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), and the ADP report is compiled in a less error prone manner. ADP has an actual machine count of the actual number of employees that received payroll checks in any given month.
What does this all mean? Based on this data alone, I would expect a 150-200k total increase in payrolls to be reported tomorrow. The ADP report does not pretend to predict anything other than the previous month's job data - giving us no additional data about what the future might hold. Weather and seasonal adjustment issues have been blamed for the start/stop nature of job growth this year and I am inclined to agree - so job growth is generally decent, but not strong enough to quickly reduce unemployment or indicate above trend economic growth.