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Unemployment Drops to 7.7 Percent

abewasarepub Wrote: Mar 09, 2013 4:02 PM
I am looking for fulltime work (20 hrs. wk.) to supplement my welfare income, and I will consider a position with the following benefits: (1) 10 weeks vacation, (2) paid hospital and life insurance, (3) 6-hour workday, (4) 20 min break every hour, (5) 2-hour lunch, (6) free birth control, (7) mood music for my naps, (8) transportation to and from work, (9) free lunch, (10) a sit-down job, (11) a soft oversized chair for my plump 300 lb. body, (12) free daycare for my 10 kids, (13) no night or weekend work because of the kids, (14) a quiet temperature controlled work area because I sweat a lot, (15) no direct supervision, (16) no work standards, (17) a salary in the 60-70 thousand dollar range, and (18) 20 paid holidays each year.

Finally, some good news on the unemployment front. More from CNBC:

Job creation broke out in February, with the economy creating a net 236,000 new jobs as the unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent.

Private job creation stood at a robust 246,000, finally indicating that the economy may be ready to escape the tight growth range in which it has been held since the financial crisis.

Service industries led the gains with 73,000 new jobs, while construction added 48,000 and health care provided 32,000.

Economists expected the economy...