November 2016 jobs report, Media lies, Obama and mythical jobs, Hispanics big winners, Whites decimated, Americans not in the labor force soar to record 95.1 million, Multiple jobholders hit all time high as part-time jobs soar, Big lie unemployment rate
“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
“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
“The official unemployment rate, which cruelly overlooks the suffering of the long-term and often permanently unemployed as well as the depressingly underemployed, amounts to a Big Lie.”…Jim Clifton, CEO of Gallup
Why has Citizen Wells continued to report on white American employment in the US?
The answer is simple.
Whites are still the largest segment of the population, are expected to proportionally benefit from jobs added and the mainstream media won’t touch this story.
From the US Labor Dept. and the November jobs report we find:
Change in employment from November 2007 to November 2016 by ethnicity.
Black: 2,276,000 gain
Asian: 2,360,000 gain
Hispanic: 4,850,000 gain
White: 722,000 loss (you read this right)
CNN October 7, 2016.
“This week Obama fought back at his detractors. He said his team has created a “more durable, growing economy” with “15 million new private-sector jobs since early 2010” in an essay in The Economist. Democrat Tim Kaine also used the 15 million jobs talking point in the vice presidential debate.”
Where in the hell are those jobs!
Especially if you are a white American!
From Zero Hedge December 2, 2016.
“Payrolls Rise 178K As Unemployment Rate Tumbles To 4.6% But Average Hourly Earnings Worst Since 2014
While the headline November payrolls print came in almost on top of expectations at 178K, vs consensus of 180K there were two big surprises in today’s report, one being the unemployment rate which plunged from 4.9% to 4.6%, well below the 4.9% expected, but the biggest negative surprise was that the Average hourly earnings in November dropped by 0.1%, far below last month’s 0.4% rise, and below the 0.2% expected with the annual increase growing by a far more modest 2.5% than the 2.8% expected.”
“Multiple Jobholders Hit New All Time High As Part-Time Jobs Soar
While today’s headline jobs number was essentially Goldilocks, with the payrolls print missing the expected print of 180K by just 2,000 jobs, it was accompanied by a plunge in the unemployment rate to 9 year lows as a result of a jump in the number of people leaving the labor force, and rising to a new all time high of over 95 million. But while the quantitative headline aspect is open to interpretation, the qualitative component of the November jobs print was – just like in the case of October – quite clear: it was ugly, again.
Recall that in October, the Household Survey revealed that the number of full-time workers tumbled by 103,000 as part-time workers jumped by 90,000. The trend continued in November, when another 118,000 part-time jobs were added, paired with a far more modest 9,000 increase in full -time jobs.”
“Americans Not In The Labor Force Soar To Record 95.1 Million: Jump By 446,000 In One Month
So much for that much anticipated rebound in the participation rate.
After it had managed to post a modest increase in the early part of the year, hitting the highest level in one year in March at 63%, the disenchantment with working has returned, and the labor force participation rate had flatlined for the next few month, ultimately dropping in November to 62.7%, just shy of its 35 year low of 62.4% hit last October. This can be seen in the surge of Americans who are no longer in the labor force, who spiked by 446,000 in November, hitting an all time high of 95.1 million.”