U.S. job growth is coming entirely from workers getting part-time jobs. The number of Americans...


U.S. job growth is coming entirely from workers getting part-time jobs. The number of Americans working full-time fell by 266K in May, erasing all the gains of the past three months; total employment rose only because 618K more people got part-time jobs. People classified as “part time for economic reasons" - i.e., they can’t find a full-time job - jumped 245K to 8.1M.
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  • Glocks-n-Gold
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    More hope and phucking change! Maybe it's just me, but I really don't think the Kenyan Theory of Economics is working!
    1 Jun 2012, 11:11 AM Reply Like
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