75 percent of Obama jobs added go to Hispanic Latinos, Many low paying part time jobs, BLS reveals 6.049 million jobs added since Jan 2009, No white American jobs added since 2006, Obama lies, Why Amnesty Bill must be defeated
“75 percent of the Obama jobs added since Jan. 2009 went to Hispanics and Latinos.”…Citizen Wells February 11, 2015
“Over the last six months, of the net job creation, 97 percent of that is part-time work,”…Keith Hall, former BLS chief
“11.4%: What the U.S. unemployment rate would be if labor force participation were back to January 2008 levels.” …James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, June 2013
“Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.”…George Orwell, “1984″
75 percent of Obama jobs added since Jan. 2009 have gone to Hispanics and Latinos.
Don’t take my word for it.
Look it up on the BLS website.
Of the total of 6,049,000 more Americans employed since January 2006, 4,511,000 was for Hispanics and Latinos.
Why is this not being reported?
The Wall Street Journal reported on December 5, 2014.
“The economy has 5.7 million more jobs today than when Mr. Obama took office in January of 2009. That puts his total job creation ahead of presidents John Kennedy,Gerald Ford, and George H.W. Bush, who each served one term or less. It also puts him well ahead of President George W. Bush, whose final year in office also comprised the beginning to the longest and deepest recession since the Great Depression.”
“The labor market is clearly improving, but due in large part to the terrible economy when Mr. Obama took office, his presidency will probably be unable to catch up with those who presided during job booms.”
Why is the WSJ making excuses for Obama?
They mention the fact that congress is more responsible but fail to mention that the Democrats took control of both houses in Jan. 2007 and that is when the economy began going downhill.
Why doesn’t the WSJ mention that 75 % of the jobs added went to Hispanics and Latinos?
Here is a good article about the growth in the Hispanic workforce.
From the Center for Immigration Studies June 2014.
“Government data show that since 2000 all of the net gain in the number of working-age (16 to 65) people holding a job has gone to immigrants (legal and illegal). This is remarkable given that native-born Americans accounted for two-thirds of the growth in the total working-age population. Though there has been some recovery from the Great Recession, there were still fewer working-age natives holding a job in the first quarter of 2014 than in 2000, while the number of immigrants with a job was 5.7 million above the 2000 level.”
From the CEO of Gallup.