As with everything else, it’s complicated
Labor force surge.
Labor force falls.
Status quo ante.
They don’t look happy.
If you have a savings account you’ll thank me
Uptick in participation rate?
The Affordable Care Act website is open! Oh… and so is the unemployment office
Reuters: Hey, we hit “full employment”!
What a difference a month makes
2016 coming in 50K a month lower than last year.
Objects in mirror are less positive than they appear
59K subtracted from last two months.
How nice for them
Help not wanted
“employed people tended to re-distribute the money less…”
When you’re making an omelet, sometimes you have to crack a few eggs
So I guess you’ve got everything else wrapped up?
But everyone gets a pony
Wishful thinking is not economics
All eyes on the Fed.
Lowest participation rate since 1977.
Not bad. But not great, either.
“a Big Lie.”
Participation rate falls to 36-year low and wages decline slightly.
Romney was right, yet again.
The War on Poverty is over. Poverty won.
Workforce participation rate still near 36-year low at 62.8%.
Lowest participation rate since February 1978
It isn’t about “income inequality”, no matter how the media tries to sell that
But the civilian workforce participation rate still at 36-year low of 62.8%.
“The thing that’s amazing is that people have been extremely honest.”
Thaw, not warmth.
“I don’t think a lot of people was educated.”
“Undoubtedly, left-wing ‘antifa’ groups have contributed to the security risks…”