jobless

  1. Goofball

    Jobless claims at 44 year low.

    Nice job, President Trump. Another fact showing you have moved us out of the Barry Hussein economic malaise. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/14/us-weekly-jobless-claims-june-9-2018.html
  2. Darkman

    Real disposable income up most in 5 years, jobless claims at 49-year low

    U.S. jobless claims plunge to 49-year low of 210,000 - MarketWatch https://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-jobless-claims-plunge-to-49-year-low-of-210000-2018-03-01?mod=mw_share_twitter
  3. Spookycolt

    Initial jobless claims fall to levels not seen since March 1973

    And this is why Trump will win re-election. The economy is always the number one priority with voters and as long as Trump keeps this up he is pretty much guaranteed another term...
  4. D

    US Claims for Jobless Aid Drop to Lowest Since Mid-April

    More Good News For The Obama Administration! This happened under his watch and is great news as he prepares to leave the White House in a few short months! ************ US Claims for Jobless Aid Drop to Lowest Since Mid-April - ABC News By Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
  5. MaryAnne

    Jobless aid at 42 Year Low!

    Headline in my morning paper. New claims fell to 225,000 compared to the 2007/2008 Recession. 600,000 each week. 3 million new jobs created this year.
  6. Babba

    Jobless in Seattle? Not Yet, Anyway.

    Jobless in Seattle? Not Yet, Anyway. | The Big Picture Part 2 http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2015/04/jobless-in-seattle-not-yet-anyway-part-2/ We'll see how things go going forward, but all those reports about the detrimental effects on Seattle's restaurants appear to have been pure bullshit.
  7. meridian5455

    Jobless father rejects $20K for Kearse ball

    When Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse caught the game-winning touchdown in the NFC Championship against Green Bay, he celebrated by launching the ball into the stands. Scott Shelton, the unemployed father of two who caught that ball, has since refused a $20,000 offer from a...
  8. P

    U.S. Jobless Claims Rise

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing new claims for jobless benefits rose more than expected last week, but the trend remained consistent with sustained strength in the labor market. Initial claims for state unemployment aid increased by 17,000 to a seasonally adjusted...
  9. meridian5455

    Obama calls on CEOs to take on long-term jobless

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will meet on Friday with the leaders of more than 20 big companies which have agreed not to discriminate against the long-term unemployed, part of his initiatives to get the jobless back to work. The companies are among about 300 which have agreed to...
  10. meridian5455

    More of the jobless are giving up on finding work

    The unemployment rate fell to 6.7% in December -- the first time it's been below 7% in five years. But the drop was for all the wrong reasons.The rate fell because many people got fed up, stopped looking for work and dropped out of the labor force altogether. (The jobless have to be actively...
  11. BoiseBo

    GDP revised up to 3.6% -- jobless claims under 300k!

    If job numbers come in over 200k tomorrow, prepare for spontaneous RW combustion ;-) Let the ZeroHedge spin begin in 3,2,1 .... :D Stocks modestly lower despite stronger GDP
  12. michaelr

    Obama Facing Fraud Charges for Manipulating Jobless Numbers Before Election

    Obama Facing Fraud Charges for Manipulating Jobless Numbers Before Election Considering all the other lies tied to this, arrest seems to be in order. However, I would rather see Nuremberg type trials and sentences for his treason. I guess we can't have it all.
  13. meridian5455

    Jobless rate is worse than you think

    On Labor Day, we celebrate the American worker. And more than four years since the Great Recession ended in June 2009, the unemployment rate is 7.4%, a big improvement from the high of 10% in the fall of 2009. Unfortunately, the rate is hugely misleading: Most of that improvement was for all the...
  14. Taylor2012

    U.S. jobless claims jump 13,000 to 336,000

    Thus proving that there IS no recovery and that Obama is more focused on improving his golf swing than on improving the US economy and job market. But then....we knew that. Almost five years later, we've seen nothing but more stagnation and even 'regression' from this ""progressive"" community...
  15. meridian5455

    U.S. Jobless Claims Surge to 439,000 After Superstorm Sandy

    DATA SNAP: U.S. Jobless Claims Surge to 439,000 After Superstorm Sandy Hurricane Sandy was good for Obama, but not so much for everyone else. Although I predict an upsurge in construction jobs in the area where Sandy hit in the coming months.
  16. justoneman

    Jobless Claims Reporting Issue

    Perhaps this explains some of the odd report of jobless claims we just experienced. Why Jobless Claims May Not Be as Good as Market Thinks ...Here's what actually happened. The state did report weekly jobless claims but did not process and report its quarterly claims number (when many...
  17. NonPartisanCapitalist

    Is the jobless rate increasing because of stupid people reproducing too much?

    That's right I asked it. Look. I personally find it to be a big fucking problem that in my high school, like 50 fucking teenage girls, the overwhelming mass majority of whom had no job and no personal responsibility, got pregnant. You know what this leads to? Two things: 1. Increase...
  18. Blackbeard

    Jobless claims rise to highest level in a month

    NiteGuy you need a f'n link to this? goldendog, how about you? You two keep right up on these things, yes? The 4 week moving average also increased, and what does this Hanson say.........................."in an uncertain environment?" Obama Presidency=uncertain environment
  19. Blackbeard

    Jobless Rates Rise in 44 States

    Unemployment Rates Rose in 44 States in July - WSJ.com Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan for President.
  20. Spookycolt

    Jobless rate rises to 8.3 percent

    Jobless rate rises to 8.3 percent, hiring picks up but still falling short | Fox News Lets not forget though that this election is about Romney's flub in Britain and NOT about the economy or jobs. Hope and Change.....(sigh)