Tennessee added nearly 2.7 million non-farm jobs last month. That represents a 1.58 percent increase.
In July, a CNBC study ranked it 16th in a list of best states for business.
And, in June, Thumbtack.com, a website that connects consumers and services, partnered with the Kauffman Foundation to survey more than 6,000 small business owners across the nation.
That study showed that small businesses rank Tennessee among the top 10 least-costly states nationwide for hiring a new employee, according to a news release.
In May, Chief Executive magazine named Tennessee one of the top four states in the nation for business in its eighth annual survey of best and worst states for business.