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Job Recovery Has Stagnated in 2016 December 3, 2016

Posted by geoff in News.
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Didn’t have time to post on yesterday’s humdrum Employment Situation Report, but I’m here for you today. Most articles written by Obama-fawners emphasized that nearly 180K jobs were created, while most articles written by his foes emphasized the large number of people leaving the workforce. Here’s my take:

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I think it’s easy to see that this year has not been a particularly good one for full-time job recovery. We may have reached a new normal, at least normal under this administration.

Hopefully the incoming administration can light a fire under the employment situation.

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1. lauraw - December 4, 2016

“Hopefully the incoming administration…”

Following link is from Tushar D:

2. geoff - December 4, 2016

That’s awesome. You always get the most realistic evaluations from your competitors.

3. geoff - December 4, 2016

That O’Leary fellow seems pretty sharp. Those news anchors seem not so much.

4. geoff - December 4, 2016

I’ll put this up tomorrow – more people need to see this.

5. lauraw - December 4, 2016

This is a very exciting time.

6. Unemployment, March 2012 | Innocent Bystanders - December 5, 2016

[…] Ace readers: you can find more up-to-date employment charts here and Obama’s manufacturing and export fails here and […]


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