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BREAKING: US Unemployment Rises Slightly in October

Drifter33 Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 9:52 AM
Mr. Benson says above: "Democrats will correctly say that the jobs added number was better than expected". ------ Democrats will say whatever they can to get their hero re-elected. The plain truth is: "This 'Recovery' is PATHETIC." In fact, it doesn't appear to be a 'recovery' at all.
traitorbill Wrote: Nov 02, 2012 10:20 AM
It only looks like a recovery compared to the approaching depression.

In the final jobs report prior to the election, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has announced that unemployment crept up in October to 7.9 percent, as 170,000 nonfarm payroll jobs were added.   The broader "U-6" unemployment statistic is 14.6 percent (up a hair from 14.5 six months ago). August and September's numbers were both revised upward, which is a positive sign.  As Jim Pethokoukis notes, average monthly job growth in 2012 has been nearly identical to the sub-par numbers of 2011, and hourly wages remain stagnant at best.  The "worst recovery since the Great Depression" continues....