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Soledad O'Brien Finds the Positive In 14.6 Percent Underemployment

After the last jobs report before the election, CNN's Soledad O'Brien tried to be positive even with high underemployment and unemployment rates. On Friday's Starting Point, she ridiculously ...
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Evolution of Hubris

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New York Times Sees 'Good News for Obama' in Latest Mediocre Jobs Data

New York Times Washington bureau chief David Leonhardt: "After a lackluster debate, President Obama faced the prospect of a second piece of bad political news with Friday morning’s jobs ...
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Experts: Job Spike Mostly Part-timers, Home-Based Jobs

 Liberal, conservative economists criticize employment numbers. 
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Spinning Bad Jobs Numbers

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Math Is Hard: People Flee Workforce, But ‘Morning Joe’ Sees ‘Good News’

Crowd in background of MSNBC morning show cheers loudly for 96,000 jobs, lowest labor force participation since Sept. 1981.
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During Democratic Convention, Two of Three Networks Ignore Dire Jobs Picture

For three nights, ABC and NBC fail to mention the national unemployment rate or the ‘nearly 13 million’ people looking for work.
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Going for silver

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Next Mirage

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