The education sector was the only reported setback in service-providing employment, losing 6,000 jobs.
ADP number shows the U.S. labor markets remains strong. Analysts had predicted more than 180,000 new jobs in the month.
"At this pace, which is double the rate of labor force growth, the tight labor market will continue getting tighter", said Zandi, whose firm helps ADP in preparing its monthly report.
The ADP survey studied data from private businesses with more than 23 million workers on payrolls but excluded government job growth.
Shortly after the start of trading, the Institute for Supply Management is scheduled to release its report on activity in the service sector in the month of June. With this the applications for unemployment benefits showed a raise for a 3 straight week. "The average monthly job growth is between 150 and 200K, some periods a little stronger than that, other periods a little weaker, but that's where we've been, remarkably stable growth over this period, and that's what we got this month, right in that zone of 150 to 200K". The labor market is near full employment, with the jobless rate at a 16-year low. "That's been a source of a lot of job creation and continues to be the case", he said.
Companies added 158,000 positions for the month, a number that economists who released the report said was still strong but stood well below the robust 230,000 number the report showed in May.
But that doesn't mean the labor market is in trouble. An economy is always limited by the resources available to it, be it technology, capital, or labor.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics' report will also include information on wage growth. Robots and kiosks don't draw paychecks and so they aren't counted either by ADP or the BLS.
A Reuters of economists predicted 185,000 jobs prior to the beginning of June, a number revised from an earlier 253,000 projection.