On Friday morning, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics will released its monthly jobs report, which indicated the unemployment rate had fallen to 7.8%.
After a record 43-month stretch of unemployment above 8%, the September unemployment rate fell to 7.8%. A closer look at the numbers reveals why.
The most innovative and creative generation in history is being stifled by government policies that deny us access to meaningful work.
For the third straight month, the unemplyment rate for those people under the age of 30 spiked, now at 13%. This is a mind-boggling number that should act as an alarm for the nation as a whole.
Unemployment, labor force participation, food stamp usage, disability claims, GDP growth, federal debt, and the numbers of people paying income taxes and collecting welfare are not good.
America has now added 200,000 net new jobs the past two months and lost 700,000 Americans from the roles of job seekers which caused our unemployment rate to drop from 8.3% in July to 7.8% today.
The job numbers and weak recovery are only getting worse, yet President Obama continues to blame anything and everything else for his failed policies. Here's a look at his top 25 excuses.
Despite the fact that unemployment has dropped to 8.2%, the economy is far worse off that the Obama administration is letting on. He's praying that the true numbers never become widely known.