Household survey: Nearly 3 million people out of work.
“…unemployment rate would top the Great Depression peak of 24.9 percent.”
Meet your replacement, puny human workers
Two percent of the entire workforce just lost their jobs. At least.
“I think we are aligned.”
These folks are happy too
A boom of re-entrants?
Good luck with that
Warning on wages?
“…nonstop political defeat leavened only by a sensation of moral superiority.”
“Goldilocks is the best description of this.”
“How are you measuring that?” By, er, measuring that.
Wages still rising.
A very valuable signature
No job, no wages, no worries!
The good news: No impact from trade wars … yet.
“Meteors fizz out.”
“Is that good news?”
Work like it’s 2000, or perhaps 1969
“‘Any Hispanics in the room?’ he asked at one point…”
The return of a Goldilocks economy?
A rising tide lifts all boats.
Let it grow, let it grow, let it grow.
Not that you should expect to hear about this very often
Boost of 228K, 4.1% U-3.
Wage growth alarm?
Harvey and Irma pounds US again.
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.
Next up: a trial at The Vatican?
Turns out he was onto something
“It should not be this easy for Chinese Communist Party propaganda to make its way into major American newsrooms.”