Job market grows well beyond what economists expected

Job market grows well beyond what economists expected

All the new hiring in April, plus an increase in people leaving the labor force, pushed the already super-low unemployment rate down even further, to 3.6 percent. That’s the lowest rate of unemployed Americans recorded since December 1969.

Daniel Linde
Daniel Linde
Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Thanks Trump!

Drummerking 03
Drummerking 03 1 year

This is great, this will allow for the lower payed people to have more disposable income 😃

JMMA-Z 1 year

common sense for anyone who understands anything about economics. And to think there are people who really do think it was Obama. lol ridiculous

Unity.Nat 1 year

This just in! Economists show Political bias and are laid off.

Jake Middleton
Jake Middleton 1 year

Thanks brake obongo

ManTampon 1 year

Trust Vox to find a way to frame record low unemployment as a bad thing.

Vojin Milosavljevic
Vojin Milosavljevic 1 year


Nika D
Nika D 1 year

Damn robots taking over our jobs! Oh, wait...

Big Bang Boi
Big Bang Boi 1 year

It’s all this tRuMpEd uP tRiCkLe dOwN eCoNomiCs

Big Bang Boi
Big Bang Boi 1 year

Tired of winning

Black Propaganda
Black Propaganda 1 year

All this talk about jobs is making my mouth water. 😛

VoteMeForDictator 1 year

It's good... too good... *black pill intensifies*

PhilNye ThePhysicsGuy
PhilNye ThePhysicsGuy 1 year

Silly trumpestas fall for the cherry picked stats all the time, the long term trend shows that the rate of change of unemployment has slowed down since trump took office even though the massive tax cuts supposedly was supposed to super charge the economy.

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