The jobs report looks great on the surface, but the data paints a bleak picture about the health of employment market.
GDP almost fell during the first quarter as the economy trades good jobs for bad ones.
Stocks sell off at the end of week that was dominated by news of high-frequency trading.
Today’s employment report shoots down hopes that things are getting better.
Just got back from Texas, where taxes are low and the speed limit is high.
Despite the euphoric reaction to the June jobs report, the evidence suggests that the employment situation is still very poor. We are not seeing increased jobs in the sectors that drive long-term economic growth.