Saturday, November 30, 2013

Random chart - job loss


Source: Calculated Risk  "... There are still almost 1.0 million fewer private sector jobs now than when the recession started in 2007..."
There are still almost 1.0 million fewer private sector jobs now than when the recession started in 2007.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/11/schedule-for-week-of-december-1st.html#DM2G7xpfPQuPWqbg.99
The economy has added 7.8 million private sector jobs since employment bottomed in February 2010 (7.2 million total jobs added including all the public sector layoffs).

There are still almost 1.0 million fewer private sector jobs now than when the recession started in 2007.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/11/schedule-for-week-of-december-1st.html#DM2G7xpfPQuPWqbg.99
The economy has added 7.8 million private sector jobs since employment bottomed in February 2010 (7.2 million total jobs added including all the public sector layoffs).

There are still almost 1.0 million fewer private sector jobs now than when the recession started in 2007.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/11/schedule-for-week-of-december-1st.html#DM2G7xpfPQuPWqbg.99
The economy has added 7.8 million private sector jobs since employment bottomed in February 2010 (7.2 million total jobs added including all the public sector layoffs).

There are still almost 1.0 million fewer private sector jobs now than when the recession started in 2007.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/11/schedule-for-week-of-december-1st.html#DM2G7xpfPQuPWqbg.99
The economy has added 7.8 million private sector jobs since employment bottomed in February 2010 (7.2 million total jobs added including all the public sector layoffs).

There are still almost 1.0 million fewer private sector jobs now than when the recession started in 2007.
Read more at http://www.calculatedriskblog.com/2013/11/schedule-for-week-of-december-1st.html#DM2G7xpfPQuPWqbg.99

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