unemployment

Jobs Grow by 103,000, But Obama Still 6.2 Million Jobs from Promise

September shows job gains, unchanged 9.1% unemployment rate

Awful Unemployment Rate Left Out of More Than 3/4 of Job Stories

Network evening shows talk about employment woes, but rarely mention 9.1 percent figure.

Calmes Ignores Hoffa's'Take These Son of a Bitches Out' Tea Party Attack at Obama Rally

Obama, still not to blame: "The president's Labor Day addresses trace the stubbornness of the crisis he inherited....a Democratic-controlled Congress had passed his two-year, $800 billion stimulus ...

ABC's Jobs Solution: 'Spend and Build,' a 'Stimulus Program as Big as the One That Was Launched in World War II'

In the midst of the failure of President Obama's "stimulus spending" program, ABC on Friday night asserted the solution to the devastating report, of zero jobs created in August, is...more ...

Of Mice & Media

Obamas jobs ideas show hes toying with us.

NBC's Lauer Blames Continuing High Unemployment on Employer 'Discrimination'

On Wednesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer teased an upcoming segment on unemployment by fretting: "And just ahead, help not wanted. If you're one of the 14 million Americans looking for work, ...

CBS's Pelley Chafes: 'Only Budget Cuts and No Relief for Those Suffering in This Economy'

Framing a shortcoming in the debt deal as a liberal would and does, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley on Tuesday night regretted the how "the last time the President and the Congress ...

Saving the Economy Through More Jobless Benefits, Food Stamps

Are jobless benefits and food stamps the only hope for keeping the economy afloat? Motoko Rich: "Unless hiring picks up sharply to compensate, economists fear that the lost income will further ...

Rampell Wonders Where the Left-Wing Outrage Is Among Unemployed

Economics reporter Catherine Rampell: "And where, if anywhere, is the outrage?...Unlike the hard-pressed in, say, Greece or Spain, the jobless in America seem, well, subdued. The old fire has gone ...

'Lousy:' June Jobs Rise Only 18,000, Unemployment Rate Up to 9.2%

CNBC reacts to fewest jobs added in 8 months, actual data 'well below expectations.'
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