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Drudge Retort: The Other Side of the News
Wednesday, November 17, 2021

four months this summer in which it missed more job growth than at any other time on record. In the most recent four months with revisions, June through September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported it underestimated job growth by a cumulative 626,000 jobs " that's the largest underestimate of any other comparable period, going back to 1979. If those revisions were themselves a jobs report, they'd be an absolute blockbuster. In an average month before the pandemic, estimates would be revised by a little over 30,000 jobs, or just 0.02 percent of all the jobs in the United States. The recent revisions to the jobs reports have been much larger.

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In the most recent four months with revisions, June through September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported it underestimated job growth by a cumulative 626,000 jobs " that's the largest underestimate of any other comparable period, going back to 1979. If those revisions were themselves a jobs report, they'd be an absolute blockbuster.

Brandon is quietly cleaning up after the bankruptcy-prone------------ destroyed the economy.

#1 | Posted by reinheitsgebot at 2021-11-17 03:33 PM | Reply

can't be true. I keep hearing that no one wants to work.

#2 | Posted by johnny_hotsauce at 2021-11-17 05:16 PM | Reply

Underestimating is better than overestimating.

Good news is better than bad news.

#3 | Posted by Twinpac at 2021-11-18 03:47 AM | Reply

All those lazy white slobs finally ran out of stimulus checks.

#4 | Posted by LegallyYourDead at 2021-11-20 09:06 AM | Reply

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