Post Profile






Chart of the Day: Net New Jobs in September

The American economy added 156,000 new jobs last month, 90,000 of which were needed to keep up with population growth. This means that net job growth clocked in at a modest 66,000 jobs. The headline unemployment rate worsened slightly to 5.0 percent and the labor force participation rate improved slightly to 62.9 percent. Beneath the surface, this jobs report was stronger than it looks.
read more

share

Related Posts


Chart of the Day: Net New Jobs in July

Politics / US Politics : Kevin Drum

The American economy added 215,000 new jobs last month, 90,000 of which were needed to keep up with population growth. This means that net job growth clocked in at 125,000 jobs and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 5.3 percent....

Chart of the Day: Net New Jobs in July

Politics / US Politics : Kevin Drum

The American economy added 209,000 new jobs in March, but about 90,000 of those jobs were needed just to keep up with population growth, so net job growth clocked in at 119,000. The headline unemployment rate ticked up slightly to 6...

Chart of the Day: Net New Jobs in September

Politics / US Politics : Kevin Drum

The American economy added 248,000 new jobs in September, but about 90,000 of those jobs were needed just to keep up with population growth, so net job growth clocked in at 158,000. That's not bad. The headline unemployment rate tic...

Chart of the Day: Net New Jobs in August

Politics / US Politics : Kevin Drum

The American economy added 173,000 new jobs last month, 90,000 of which were needed to keep up with population growth. This means that net job growth clocked in at 83,000 jobs. The headline unemployment rate fell from 5.3 percent to...

The Employment Situation in September

Politics / US Politics : The White House Blog

The economy added 156,000 jobs in September, as the unemployment rate ticked up amid rising labor force participation. U.S. businesses have now added 15.3 million jobs since early 2010, and the longest streak of total job growth on ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC