Now this chart is definitely accurate (although I thought the 230K number was all Americans over 55. This chart lists then as 55-69).
Well...if you can believe the Bureau of Lying Statistics (BLS) household survey. Oops...I should say Bureau of Labored - er - Labor Statistics.
No matter what, IMO, these are pretty pathetic numbers (along with the drop in average hourly wages) for a 'great' or even 'good' labor report.
How Obama-lovers/Keynesians can say that a labor report that LESS of the prime money making group of American workers (aged 25-54) are employed is a good report staggers the mind.
The ONLY age group that gained 'jobs' were teenagers and over 55's.
And the whole country is making less on average, per hour then they were in August.
IMO, anyone that says this is a good report is either ignorant and/or macroeconomically delusional.