Tag Archive for "Jobs"March 8, 2013
During February, while talk about how the government was going to cut $85 billion in spending on March 1 got blanket coverage from every outlet that provides political or economic news, employers chose to add 236,000 workers to their payrolls.
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388,000 people filed initial claims for unemployment benefits last week, a massive 46,000 increase over the previous week’s report that brings the measure to its highest level in four months.
Although failed President Barack Obama’s disasterous economy added only 114,000 jobs in September, data manipulation by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed the top-line Unemployment Rate number falling to 7.8%.
Weekly jobless claims spiked to 382,000 last week from an upwardly adjusted 367,000 the week before, topping analyst expectations by 12,000.
Failed President Barack Obama has become fond of saying that 4.5 million jobs have been created during his disasterous Presidency. It’s a line that was parroted dozens of times during the first night of the televised clown parade otherwise known as the 2012 Democrat Convention.
Barack Obama’s stagnant economy saw first-time jobless claims rise again, up to 365,000 last week.
New data shows that retail sales collapsed at the end of the Christmas buying season, and that new claims for bottomless unemployment benefits skyrocketed last week.
On the stump, failed President Barack Obama is quick to urge Congressional Republicans to pass his latest stimulus package “right away,” but Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is delaying a debate and vote on Obama’s renewed slush fund.
After months of Barack Obama running around whining that “millionaires and billionaires have to pay their fair share” to mitigate the disastrous debt he’s personally saddled our country with, the failed President has finally put pen to paper and defined the specifics.
Failed President Barack Obama used the occasion of a pre-Prime Time address to a joint session of Congress to propose another $450 billion of so-called stimulus spending, the make-up of which closely follows the model of his 2009 $826 billion in stimulus spending that failed to create jobs.