Skip to comments.Boom!America created 224,000 jobs in june
Posted on 07/05/2019 11:39:57 AM PDT by steveben
Job creation reignited in June, with nonfarm payrolls rising 224,000 and unemployment ticking up to 3.7 percent. The June number will be closely watched after a surprisingly poor showing in May, when the U.S. economy was initially reported to have added just 75,000 jobs. That number was revised even lower on Friday, to just 72,000. Aprils number was revised down to 216,000 from 224,000.
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The media is salivating for any, ANY, dip in any economic indicator so they can pounce of Trump.
Add praying to Satan to salivating, and I’m on board.
These folks want our nation to fail so bad, they can’t stand it when it does better.
Are we worried about inflation yet? It does seem a little weird to be talking about lowering rates with stocks soaring and jobs exploding.
I am not downplaying how good the markets seem, but this does not make sense to me.
Fail is correct,
the Haters had the
Perfect Stooge in Obama
and he could do no Wrong.
‘All Business’ Trump
“Waves his Wand”
and this mighty ship
Corrects itself immediately
and Haters turn the Screws
all the more.
Screw the Losers!
The media is salivating
NPR said this morning while discussing this great news, “well, then maybe we should be concerned with the long term” - they suck.
Gets my vote. Thanks.
Most of it came from people reentering the labor force.
Go shopping anywhere.
EVERYTHING is “made in China”
That’s about the same number of uneducated foreigners that slipped into the country during that time frame yea?
Unlike Obama that counted part time and temporary work as new jobs, these are solid full-time jobs.
Soaring stock values does not equal inflation. Stock values are subject to speculation pressure, the economy is not. That’s why the markets flat-lining in 2018 wasn’t a big deal, the economy was great, speculation pressure held the markets back.
No, not everything is made in China.
"EVERYTHING" is NOT "made in China", where I shop!
Food is not.
Clothing is all imported, but much is now from even cheaper places.
Otherwise, yes. Everything.
Consumer durables (toothpaste, toiletries, vitamins, medicines, etc.) are not made in China.
Actually some food IS imported from China ( did you forget the pet food scandals? ); both for humans and animals.
No, "all" clothing is absolutely NOT imported!
Some furniture and china is, but again, NOT "all" of it!
And whilst some clothing is imported, not all of it comes from China and/or other Asian nations! Some come from European nations.
I think you are not paying attention, if you think that China is not producing America’s vitamins.
They may be producing something, but not a single vitamin pill I have purchased in the last 15 years was made in China. All made in the USA. Not hard to find as long as you look for the USP seals.
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