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CNBC just now: Private sector jobs +604,000 (Original Post) 634-5789 Nov 2021 OP
That's great! vercetti2021 Nov 2021 #1
Huh? mobeau69 Nov 2021 #4
They're saying no matter what, the media will act as if it's not enough. nt Carlitos Brigante Nov 2021 #6
Public jobs shrank Johnny2X2X Nov 2021 #2
I wonder how that breaks down by state? It would be really cool if most of that growth was in states brewens Nov 2021 #3
Yet Viginians elected a repuke? wtf! triron Nov 2021 #5
They were probably looking at last month's numbers, Qutzupalotl Nov 2021 #8
If all these "Help Wanted" jobs were filled we would be at record employment just doc03 Nov 2021 #7

Johnny2X2X

(19,416 posts)
2. Public jobs shrank
Fri Nov 5, 2021, 09:20 AM
Nov 2021

The government shrank! Tell your local Con to put that in his pipe and smoke it. Joe Biden is shrinking the size of the government while repairing the economy Trump destroyed.

brewens

(13,728 posts)
3. I wonder how that breaks down by state? It would be really cool if most of that growth was in states
Fri Nov 5, 2021, 09:25 AM
Nov 2021

with mandates, where COVID is better controlled, and the red states were sucking.

Qutzupalotl

(14,369 posts)
8. They were probably looking at last month's numbers,
Fri Nov 5, 2021, 11:30 AM
Nov 2021

which I bet will be revised upwards now or very soon.

doc03

(35,512 posts)
7. If all these "Help Wanted" jobs were filled we would be at record employment just
Fri Nov 5, 2021, 10:39 AM
Nov 2021

like early last year.

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