“June 4 (Bloomberg) – U.S. employers added 248,000 workers to payrolls in May, more than forecast, helped by the biggest gain in manufacturing employment in almost six years. The economy has now recouped all the jobs lost since the recession ended in November 2001”
Just wanted to keep you up to date on the progress of the economy. In fact, there have been 1.4 million new jobs added since September. So many jobs have been added in so short a time, that I heard this news on N.P.R. It seems it cannot be ignored. Please make special note of the new manufacturing jobs.
These jobs are far and above the Administration’s expectations (especially over the past three months). In fact, March=300,000, April=250,000, May=248,000 new jobs. Do you guys remember all those Democratic “gurus” snickering about the “wildly optimistic” and “unrealistic” job expectations from the Bush Treasury Department? I hope they are regurgitating their green tea right about now.
Wanted to wish a very pleasant day to my friends: Elkhntr1, Lumpy, danh, kuri, and my special pal, vroom.
P.S. The 1.4 million jobs have cost George H.W. Bush trillions of dollars.
P.S.S. My posts are costing him as well.