When the economy created 242,000 jobs in February, it marked 65 consecutive months of net job growth -- the longest such streak in modern history. That, in itself, is undoubtedly good news. The growth has brought the official unemployment rate down to 4.9 percent -- low by historical standards. And labor force participation, which counts the number of people working or actively seeking work, is finally ticking upward. That indicates that people who may have given up on finding a job are starting to return to the workforce. The big question, however, is: Why isn’t the public more upbeat about the economy? Because about 90 percent of those jobs are temporary jobs. I still can't believe Washington and the Fed temporary jobs are considered real jobs on the job monthly jobs report. Temp jobs are temporary not permanent, and I'm sure this one reason why the American people are frustrated with our economy. We want real jobs not temp jobs, and only real jobs should be reported. Also another thing about those 242,000 new jobs reported, since they are temp jobs 75 percent of those will go into the trash can after a couple months. Democrats think they know how to handle and create jobs, but first they must go to a high school class to learn basic economics so they can understand temp jobs aren't real jobs. It's why they are called "temporary jobs". "You dumbasses" in my best Walter the puppet voice. Also your unemployment rate is off by about 25 percent.
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