Ok, so the October jobs report was announced this morning.
171,000 jobs added in October.
Adjustment of an additional 34,000 previously unreported for September.
Adjustment of 50,000 additional jobs in August.
Labor force grew by 578,000 in October.
Government shrunk by 13,000 jobs.
But, unemployment figure rose from 7.8 percent last month to 7.9 percent in October.
(Anyone who can explain how this is a sign that more people entered the workforce, please do).
Meanwhile, it may (or may not) be useful to look at where the unemployment rates are in each state, especially the all hallowed swing states).
Note that in the last year, from 2011 to 2012, only 6 states saw their unemployment rates rise -- by small amounts. The rest saw their unemployment rates decline -- by small amounts.
What are your thoughts?
Until businesses stop blaming Obama for everything, nothing is going to change.
by SparklingJewel5 years ago
life really is all about perspective...yours, mine, theirs, anyone's...you got one they got one...isn't truth always somewhere between the lines of either side's perspective?http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/03/...
by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
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by Tammy Barnette4 years ago
http://www.bls.gov/web/laus/lauhsthl.htm Current Unemployment numbers by state, includes historic highs and lows...Interestingly most historic highs came during the Reagan Administration.
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