Friday, April 7, 2017

US Manufacturing Jobs HIt 8-Year Record -- What The Heck Was Obama Doing For Eight Years? -- April 7, 2017

The jobs report for March, 2017, was atrocious. But if this story is accurate, it's quite a story, and again raises the question: what in the world was Obama doing for eight years? The story: US manufacturing jobs reach highest level in 8 years.
The United States added 11,000 jobs in manufacturing in March reaching a total of 12,392,000 people employed in the manufacturing sector, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That is the greatest number of people employed in manufacturing in the United States since January 2009—the month that President Barack Obama was inaugurated—when there were 12,561,000 people employed in manufacturing. In February 2009, manufacturing employment dropped to 12,380,000—a number it did not exceed until February of this year, when it reached 12,381,000.

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