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Biden Has Been President For A Month, And The Job Market Is Officially Feeling it

byJonathan Davis

Americans who really thought the country would be better off under President Joe Biden are learning quickly their expectations were ill-placed, as were their votes.

No sooner than Biden took office, he began signing a series of job-killing executive orders that put the kibosh on the still shaky, still slow post-COVID-19 pandemic economic recovery.

And the numbers are already bad and getting worse.

Breitbart News has more:

New weekly jobless claims unexpectedly rose by 13,000 to 861,000 in the week that ended February 13, the Department of Labor said Thursday.

Economists had expected claims to fall to 768,00 from the 793,000 initially reported for the prior week. The previous week’s figure was revised up by 55,000 to 848,000.

Jobless claims can be volatile week to week so economists like to look at the four-week average. This fell to 833,250, 3,500 below the prior week’s average.

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Odd how Never Trumpers are heavy on hate and intolerance of Trump, but have so little to criticize of Biden, eh?  It's like they are extremely partisan, but refuse to admit it.  It's like a nasty murder, but can't convict as long as the perp refuses to admit he did what he did.  The crime committed has no confessors, so like a tree falls in the woods, did it never happen?Or is it all about the noise/denials?

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