Usually it's positive or negative jobs but August was apparently exactly 0 jobs and unemployment remained at 9.1% for the month. Obamanomics has been a stagnant failure and American taxpayers are out a few trillion thanks to countless attempts at stimulating the economy. What's the outlook like for September?
The Blaze reports "The report may dampen expectations for the economy to pick up in the second half of the year. With hiring stagnant and wages declining, consumers won’t see much gain in incomes. That will limit their ability to spend, which undercuts economic growth. Consumer spending accounts for about 70 percent of the economy."
"I think it was if we added 250,000 jobs every month, we would be looking at a recovery time of about 2021," Glenn said.
"All these debt numbers you're tossing around are all based on projections and you have to hit projections like that with hundreds of thousands per month just to get to what they're assuming is going to happen in the future because we're so far behind the pace earlier," Stu added