No joke, I think it's an absolute requirement now for employment at 'specialty' establishments like high-end coffee shops, cold stone creamery, etc.... Performing Arts grad rates are holding steady at 5%+ annually yet they account for less than 1% of the workforce.
It's absolutely hilarious to see them do a song and dance when you hit the tip jar. I hand my youngest a fist full of singles and he has a blast.
Hope and Change at its finest.
Obamas fault that people who started college before he was pres and chose silly majors can't get good jobs now.
You have blind faith whereas I do not.
I can't escape the mental picture. theblaze.com is very clearly some sort of information anus yet some posters seem eager to attach their lips and deliver the product here.
so does this mean that if the decline was propped up by a lot of part time jobs, the "full time job" employment rate actually went down?
The full-time employment rate was stagnant at 85.3% (14.7% U6 unemployment). The reason is the jobs added this month PLUS the updated numbers from the last two months. Otherwise we would expect approximately stagnant unemployment across all measures.
If I appear to be ignoring your posts, it's probably because you are on my ignore list.
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