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Be excited! The number of payroll jobs added in August 2013 was 169,000 out of 11,316,000 reported unemployed.


This is pathetic, are we as a country honestly all supposed to rejoyce over the fact that 169,000 payroll jobs where created across the United States,  I wonder how many of those 169,000 went to actual Unemployed Americans who are qualified for the job, not some high tech immigrant from another country! All while millions are unemployed or who knows the number of underemployed and just lost hope all together?


They consider a Health Care worker a low-wage sector job? No wonder so much illness is being spread.  Why, shouldn't this nations health be one of the utmost important things?

Instead we have to look forward to paying for Obama Care coming up, and a war no one wants.  On top of sending money to other countries that hate us to begin with.   

But Lucky Day, I'm happy they created 169,000 jobs last month. 

                          NOT 
      

US Unemployed
The number of people unemployed in the US peaked in October 2009 at 15,382,000. There are now 4,066,000 fewer people unemployed in the country. US employment and jobs data (including jobs lost/gained) is also available.
Unemployed PersonsAugust 2013Month/MonthYear/Year
National11,316,000-198,000-1,167,000

Unemployed Persons



The Labor Department’s snapshot of the job market in August had several discouraging details underneath a relatively average headline number, including a large drop in the share of Americans who are either working or looking for work. This measure, known as the labor force participation rate, was at its lowest level since 1978.

In the papers: US brokers banking on $3 trillion in global deals this year


Earlier estimates of job growth in July and June were also revised sharply downward, and hiring over the summer months was largely driven by low-wage sectors like retail, food services and health care.

Friday, September 06, 2013 10:31 AM


Establishment Survey: +169K Jobs, June and July Revised Lower; Household Survey: Employment -115,000, Not in Labor Force +516,000; BLS in WonderlandRead more at 


Even so, several economists said they believed the hawks on the Fed are in control now and will find enough bright spots in this report to justify a slowing of their stimulus program after their meeting on Sept. 17-18.  >>more from NYTimes<<


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