Is it really a big deal that unemployment numbers went down a little?
The two top areas where jobs picked up are health care and the transportation and warehousing industries.
That just says more people are getting sick. Blood pressure, heart problems, strokes, stomach problems and mental problems, all because they are worrying about what kind of schit Obama is going to do next.
Transportation and warehousing always pick up by about 10?his time of year. Watch how fast all of those 120 day jobs go away on December 24th.
The rest can be attributed to people giving up on looking for jobs and dropping off the government charts.
Asked By: wvparanormal - 10/5/2012
No its not a big deal. It'll be a good thing if the numbers add up which it doesn't. Compare the numbers of jobs added 114,000 for sept. to the months of Jan/Feb 12', May/Jun 12', Jun/Jul/Aug 11', Apr/May 11', Sept/Oct 10',Feb/Mar 10', Nov/Dec 09', Jun/Jul 09' with population growth (unemployed?). There's been no surge in the past month for new start up, chains, mom & pops business, & expansion in existing industries, textile, manufacturing, retail, struggling USPO, refineries, educations, transportation, even finance. One can wonder who replaced Solyndra, DHL OH, Solar Power, Abound Solar, Leman Bros. CA Shell refineries & many others?
With the rate back down to Jan 2009 level after 4 years (promised not to rise above 8.2 to pass stimulus), it can not be helped for suspicion to arise towards 114,000 jobs added could lower the rate from 8.1 to 7.8?hen months before Sept. 2x that of the latest added jobs figure did not equate to .3?rop. To bad not all unemployed are counted especially the self employed entrepreneurs, independent drivers, landscapers, street performers, or contractor who just closed his/her business, yet there are still allot of for lease sign. Replacing full timers for seasonal or part timers doesn't bring about good times to come.
The coming sequestration with lay off notices being delayed & struggling USPO defaulting on benefits that may lead to even more lay offs having already suffered with some downsizing, plant & office closing could threaten that rate. Perhaps what's needed is a $trillion tax increase, more borrowing, spending, tax credits, loopholes, & waivers to partisan journalist (media matters) unions & corporations such as GEs zero tax (exemption?) & GM's $45 billion tax credits to attract investors despite 3 bailouts in the course of 6 months til GM's finally file for structured bankruptcy to change its destructive habits ending in the closing of hundreds of GM dealership, reduction of domestic production, boost & import productions from foreign (China) GM plants.
Nock Nock question door to door or phone calls asking patrons minors, adults or seniors "are you working or some kind of work" seems to be more effective in lowering the rate than filing individuals asking for unemployment benefits.
Maybe more borrowing & spending will cut the deficit, but wasn't there a pledge to cut the deficit in half at the end of the 1st term back in 08 when in fact it double in 4 years, instead of 4.5 trillion deficit we ended up with 17 trillion, devaluing the dollar further as the feds prints & buy back what they can't sell to international countries. The Fed scheme is nothing more than money laundering.
Extending the middle class tax cut in the books before reigning in office doesn't make the tax cut plan yours. Creating new taxes from new regulation & legislature that affects everyone through income, investment, & consumption offset that tax cut, plus a pay cut due to the devalued dollar.
Answered By: Blanco Y Egro comedones - 10/5/2012