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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

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    Where in the hell did you get that number? BLS disagrees with you
    From the BLS:

    June 2013: 116,087,000 full time employed
    June 2014: 118,204,000 full time employed

    Table A-9. Selected employment indicators

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

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    Where in the hell did you get that number? BLS disagrees with you
    Always good for a laugh. You're nothing if not consistent though.


    FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

    Full-time worker

    June 2013-116,087 June 2014-118,204

    Part-time worker

    June 2013-28,008 June 2014- 28,018

    Table A-9. Selected employment indicators

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

    Quote Originally Posted by Slyfox696 View Post
    From the BLS:

    June 2013: 116,087,000 full time employed
    June 2014: 118,204,000 full time employed

    Table A-9. Selected employment indicators
    Beat me to it. inb4 Liberals hurr durrr.

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

    Quote Originally Posted by Slyfox696 View Post
    From the BLS:

    June 2013: 116,087,000 full time employed
    June 2014: 118,204,000 full time employed

    Table A-9. Selected employment indicators
    Hey, congratulations, why did you pick 2013? How does that compare to when the recession began in December 2007? You think that more than 2.2 million people working compared to 2013 is something to be cheered? In December 2007 there were 146.3 million people working, today there are 146.2 million Americans working. Please explain why it took almost 7 years to get back to the pre recession number? Could it be poor leadership and poor economic policy from our Messiah?

    I asked where the 10,000 part time employee number came from because I posted the situation summary report that doesn't support that claim?

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

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    Hey, congratulations, why did you pick 2013? How does that compare to when the recession began in December 2007? You think that more than 2.2 million people working compared to 2013 is something to be cheered? In December 2007 there were 146.3 million people working, today there are 146.2 million Americans working. Please explain why it took almost 7 years to get back to the pre recession number? Could it be poor leadership and poor economic policy from our Messiah?

    I asked where the 10,000 part time employee number came from because I posted the situation summary report that doesn't support that claim?
    Hey rainman, we were discussing trends over the last year. Monthly reports are monthly. There's twelve of them in a year.

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

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    Hey rainman, we were discussing trends over the last year. Monthly reports are monthly. There's twelve of them in a year.

    Hey, same cast of characters here to defend the indefensible. The new Obama normal, high numbers of part time employees, low economic growth, high debt, greater govt. dependence and people like you rejoice

    Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey
    Original Data Value

    Series Id: LNS12032194
    Seasonally Adjusted
    Series title: (Seas) Employment Level - Part-Time for Economic Reasons, All Industries
    Labor force status: Employed
    Type of data: Number in thousands
    Age: 16 years and over
    Hours at work: 1 to 34 hours
    Reasons work not as scheduled: Economic reasons
    Worker status/schedules: At work part time
    Years: 2004 to 2014

    Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
    2004 4705 4549 4742 4568 4588 4443 4449 4474 4487 4820 4547 4427
    2005 4389 4250 4388 4278 4315 4432 4400 4491 4675 4269 4219 4115
    2006 4123 4174 3972 3900 4111 4318 4303 4195 4115 4352 4190 4187
    2007 4279 4220 4253 4313 4473 4342 4410 4576 4521 4325 4494 4618
    2008 4846 4902 4904 5220 5286 5540 5930 5851 6148 6690 7311 8029
    2009 8046 8796 9145 8908 9113 9024 8891 9029 8847 8979 9114 9098
    2010 8500 8904 9216 9181 8833 8607 8547 8829 9199 8870 8880 8941
    2011 8440 8403 8635 8664 8583 8486 8342 8820 9068 8675 8457 8177
    2012 8228 8133 7780 7913 8138 8154 8163 8045 8572 8231 8164 7929
    2013 7983 7991 7663 7929 7917 8194 8180 7898 7914 8016 7723 7771
    2014 7257 7186 7411 7465 7269 7544

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

    Quote Originally Posted by a351 View Post
    Beat me to it. inb4 Liberals hurr durrr.
    Learn how to use BLS data and what the actual official numbers are

    Top Picks (Most Requested Statistics) : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

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    Hey, congratulations, why did you pick 2013?
    Because that's what the poster you replied to had said:

    Quote Originally Posted by a351 View Post
    Part time positions are up by all of 10,000 in the past year, while full time positions are up by 2 million. Not exactly apocalyptic in nature.
    I asked where the 10,000 part time employee number came from because I posted the situation summary report that doesn't support that claim?
    And I showed you where BLS reports both the part time and full time numbers. So now you know where those numbers came from. I suspect you'll ignore the numbers, but they are there for you.

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

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    Hey, same cast of characters here to defend the indefensible. The new Obama normal, high numbers of part time employees, low economic growth, high debt, greater govt. dependence and people like you rejoice
    The numbers you cite are part time for only economic reasons, not part time workers as a whole. With that being said, your numbers show a decline in part time workers in the past year. I'm struggling to recall an instance in which you actually knew what the **** you were talking about.

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    Re: US economy adds 288,000 jobs in June

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Learn how to use BLS data and what the actual official numbers are

    Top Picks (Most Requested Statistics) : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Wow how insightful. After being proven wrong and insisting that the BLS proves the BLS's numbers to be wrong, you suggest that others learn how to use the data properly. A clinical case of projection.

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