May
02
2013

Hey, maybe good news in tomorrow’s job report?

We could use some.  From Gallup:

The U.S. Payroll to Population employment rate (P2P), as measured by Gallup, was 44.5% for the month of April, up from 43.4% in March. This is the highest P2P rate so far in 2013, but is still more than a percentage point lower than the 45.7% seen last October, the highest P2P rate Gallup has measured since it began tracking employment in 2010.

Via Hot Air, who also is finding some other indications (jobless claims down, trade deficit down) that suggests that we’re hopefully going to have a good jobs report tomorrow.  Well, good by current definitions. Still.  Every little bit helps, right?

[pause]

Come on, I’m trying not to be completely gloomy right now.  The sun’s out, and everything…

Moe Lane

1 Comment

  • nighttwister says:

    Sun’s finally out where I am. Another 18 inches of glistening global warming was dumped at my house on Tuesday/Wednesday.

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