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.4% drop in the headline unemployment rate to 9%, yet only 36,000 non-farm payroll jobs were created?
How can A happen when B occurs? It really makes no sense when the general consensus is that 150,000 non-farm payroll jobs needs to be added each month just to maintain the unemployment rate at the same level as the month before.
Even the Wall Street "experts" were confused. You know, the economists whose accuracy in forecasting the state of business is rivaled only by the guys on T.V. who predict the weather. Comments in The New Yorker included...
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