Trump debate point September 2016 jobs report, White employment decimated under Obama, Hillary promised NY 200k new jobs and they lost jobs, 10 million more whites not in labor force since 2007, No employment growth, Hispanic employment up 25 percent
“In other words, more than half of the 156K jobs added in September went – once again – to minimum wage workers”…Zero Hedge October 7, 2016
“The number of persons employed part time for economic reasons (sometimes referred to as involuntary part-time workers) was little changed in September at 7.1 million. These individuals, who would have preferred full-time employment, were working part time because their hours had been cut back or because they were unable to find a full-time job.”…US Labor Dept. September 2014
“In December 2014 there were 18 million immigrants (legal and illegal) living in the country who had arrived since January 2000. But job growth over this period was just 9.3 million — half of new immigration.”…Center for Immigration Studies February 2015
Ok folks, this ain’t rocket science and the mainstream media has not been reporting it.
White employment has been decimated under Obama!
It will be no better under Hillary with her open floodgate immigration policy and history on job creation.
When she was running for senator in NY, she promised 200,000 new jobs and they actually lost jobs.
Why, her lips were moving, a sure sign she was lying.
Donald Trump, Pay attention!
Citizen Wells has been reporting this for years.
Why did I choose white American employment?
It is still approx. two thirds of the population.
It provides a simple apples to apples comparison.
And (drum roll) it highlights the impact of illegal aliens.
Straight from US Labor Dept. tables.
Since September 2007:
There are 10 million more whites not in the labor force ( do not be fooled by media lies about this being due to baby boomers – this has been extensively covered at Citizen Wells ).
There has been zero white American employment growth!
There has been 25 percent employment growth for Hispanics.!
Also, the mass influx of illegals along with Obamacare has impacted the types of jobs available and wages.
From Zero Hedge October 7, 2016.
“Where The September Jobs Were: Secretaries, Waiters, Retail And Social Workers
While we already noted that the headline quantitative print in jobs, which rose by a seasonally adjusted 156K in September, was far weaker when observed from a quality standpoint, as a result of the surge in part-time jobs, the dip in full-time jobs, and the jump in multiple jobholders to the highest since the financial crisis, another question is which industries were hiring, albeit mostly part-time workers.
Here is the answer:
- The most actively hiring sector was the otherwise stable “Professional and business services” where employment rose by 67,000 in September and has risen by 582,000 over the year. However, a quick look within the number reveals that the most active sub category was that of administrative and support services, which account for more than half, or +35,000, of the increase. In other words, secretaries and clerical staff.
- Obamacare may be crushing the middle class, but it continues to “create” jobs: Health care added 33,000 jobs in September. Also thank America’s aging population: ambulatory health care services, aka social workers, added 24,000 jobs. Over the past 12 months, health care has added 445,000 jobs.
- There was the old faithful: waiters and bartenders, aka “Employment in food services and drinking places” which continued to trend up in September (+30,000) and has increased by 300,000 over the year. This group remains one of the strongest, minimum-wage contributors to the Obama “recovery.”
- Finally, there was minimum wage retail trade workers, where employment continued to trend up over the month (+22,000). Within the industry, job gains occurred in clothing and clothing accessories stores (+14,000) and in gasoline stations (+8,000). Over the year, employment in retail trade has risen by 317,000.
In other words, more than half of the 156K jobs added in September went – once again – to minimum wage workers.”