Yes, I know. You seem perfect. You act like you’re perfect too.
But, it’s not me; it’s you.
I say that because you don’t really seem to understand where the problem lies.
The new jobs report was out and man was it disappointing.
169,000 jobs created versus the expectation from economist that 180,000 jobs should have been be created.
It’s not me; it’s you.
Even the New York Times agrees.
“If the economy were to fill the jobs gap left by the recession within the next four years,” writes the New York Times, “around 300,000 jobs a month would need to be created, according to the Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution.”