Fri Apr 6, 2012, 01:28 PM
Dawson Leery (9,904 posts)
"8.2% Unemployment: An Exceedingly 'Meh' Jobs Report for March"
"After three straight months of wicked job growth, March disappointed with 120,000 new workers. But the unemployment rate ticked down to 8.2%, the lowest rate since the first month of Obama's presidency.
The economic Twitter world, which lately has thrilled to the employment surveys released at 8:30 AM every first Friday of the month, spent this Good Friday morning tweeting out variations on a theme of "huh." The Washington Post's Neil Irwin's might just have won the morning with some basic meta-analysis: "Overall take on jobs report: Meh." Meh, indeed."
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Fri Apr 6, 2012, 01:43 PM
onehandle (38,699 posts)
3. Happy it's under 9, I want it under 8 by election time.
The GOP needs to be exposed as the architects of slowing our recovery.
Get to work, DNC.
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