Government finally starts to get out of the way of recovery. In an earlier post today on the good news of the January 2012 employment report, I observed that one of the major factors resulting in an improved (but not good enough) jobs report was that government employment numbers stopped dragging down the total. I … Continue reading Government and the Slow Jobs “Recovery”
With the all the alleged concern in Washington now from both parties about job creation, there's something that's missing in much of the debate: facts. So let's take a look at some. I really like graphics like the one below. They're complex and take quite some time to read and fully absorb what's there, but … Continue reading Where Are or Were The Jobs?