September Jobs Report Misses Big League: 194k Jobs Added vs. 500k Expected
The September jobs report was just released, and it’s yet the latest disappointment that Bidenomics has produced.
According to CNBC:
Nonfarm payrolls rose by just 194,000 in the month, compared to the Dow Jones estimate of 500,000. The unemployment rate fell to 4.8%, better than the expectation for 5.1% and the lowest since February 2020.
The seemingly low unemployment rate must be remembered in the context that the size of the labor force is still about 3.1 million workers smaller than at the onset of the pandemic, and that problem worsened in September, with the available workforce declining by 183,000. Those who leave the labor force are no longer considered “unemployed.”
The U-6 unemployment rate, which accounts for discouraged workers in addition to the unemployed, was 8.5% in September.
Also of note, employment among women specifically actually fell by 26,000 jobs.
So poor was the report that CNN didn’t even attempt to spin it. “The economy added way less than anyone expected and less than last month, and the worst of the year,” admitted CNN’s Christine Roman.
This comes less than 24 hours after Biden defended mass firings caused by his COVID vaccine mandate, and blamed the unvaccinated for “damaging the economy.”
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros, Dumb and Dumber: How Cuomo and de Blasio Ruined New York, Debunk This: Shattering Liberal Lies, and Spygate
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