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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    because their charges don't yet qualify for the taxpayer provided perks that further incentivize their bosses dumping em

    meanwhile, the inspector general finds that "the census says it hired more workers than it needed as a cost saving measure"

    CNSNews.com - Inspector General

    so how many of the FOUR HUNDRED AND ELEVEN THOUSAND temp jobs created are FAUX?

    unbelievable

    no wonder the market tanked

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

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    because their charges don't yet qualify for the taxpayer provided perks that further incentivize their bosses dumping em

    meanwhile, the inspector general finds that "the census says it hired more workers than it needed as a cost saving measure"

    CNSNews.com - Inspector General

    so how many of the FOUR HUNDRED AND ELEVEN THOUSAND temp jobs created are FAUX?

    unbelievable

    no wonder the market tanked
    You aren't solely blaming Democrats are you? Correct me if I'm wrong but Bush (a Republican) was President from 2000-2008 and we had a Republicans Congress up to 2006. I'm certainly not saying Democrats didn't contribute but to give them most of the blame is just ignorant.

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    w-stands-for-what's-his-name is responsible for the 2010 census overhiring?

    LOL!

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

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    w-stands-for-what's-his-name is responsible for the 2010 census overhiring?

    LOL!
    This is why many don't respect your opinion.

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    no one cares about my opinion

    but the inspector general...

    ah, he's something ELSE

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    Having a job seems to be a semi-luxury item with the way things are going.
    Jackboots always come in matched pairs, a left boot and a right boot.

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    because their charges don't yet qualify for the taxpayer provided perks that further incentivize their bosses dumping em

    meanwhile, the inspector general finds that "the census says it hired more workers than it needed as a cost saving measure"

    CNSNews.com - Inspector General

    so how many of the FOUR HUNDRED AND ELEVEN THOUSAND temp jobs created are FAUX?

    unbelievable

    no wonder the market tanked
    Whether the number is inflated or not. all of these workers will be laid off in a few months.

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    i know, that's what bodes so badly

    that's why the market reacted so measurably

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    The median wage continues to drop, manufacturing is going/gone offshore. Might as well get used to looking at unemployment around ten% for the forcible future until the middle-class, or what’s left of the middle-class sees some reason to start spending what dough they have left again.
    The haggardness of poverty is everywhere seen contrasted with the sleekness of wealth, the exhorted labor of some compensating for the idleness of others, wretched hovels by the side of stately colonnades, the rags of indigence blended with the ensigns of opulence; in a word, the most useless profusion in the midst of the most urgent wants.Jean-Baptiste Say

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    Re: Job growth disappoints on weak private sector hiring

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    a full FOUR HUNDRED AND ELEVEN THOUSAND were census workers, according to labor

    Hiring weak in May except for Census workers - MarketWatch

    that's DEVASTATING

    and yes, there are now THREE whistle-blowing head-counters who are claiming they've been hired, fired, rehired, refired...

    RealClearPolitics - Video - Census Worker Claims Job Numbers Are Being Inflated

    with each new signing on accounted as ANOTHER NEW JOB

    (that's a lot like the way the STIMULUS was accounted, remember?)

    this crew in dc is completely corrupt and incompetent
    And your first clue regarding this crew in dc...........was?

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