This is better than expected.
Unless you aren't a manager. And you live outside of Manhattan.
Less than 500,000 new people joined the unemployment line last week! (That's still pretty bad.)
No subsidies for health-care benefits for the newly unemployed.
Measure will also create positions for police officers, firefighters, and nurses.
We have a loooong way to go.
Private-sector jobs grew, but less than anticipated.
Private sector adds 8,300 jobs.
The job outlook is dismal.
The economy as a whole shed 125,000 jobs in June because of laid-off census workers.
Measure should pass when replacement for Byrd is selected.
Extension of jobless aid doesn't pass Senate vote.
It fails to pass an extension of unemployment benefits for the second time because of deficit concerns.
City's unemployment rate down to 9.6 percent.
"Worst year" since perhaps the Depression for summer-job market.
And only 60,000 of them were census workers!
Layoffs are imminent.
Number of claims filed for jobless benefits increases for second straight week.