Down from 10 percent, so ... yay? No.
As long as don't watch 'Lost.'
Health care. Wall Street. Unemployment. Nancy Pelosi's toothless smirk.
Not even Melba Toast factories are safe.
85,000 jobs were lost in December.
Hope that doesn't make you nervous, because that's bad, too.
The country only shed 11,000 jobs last month, which is good, and unemployment is now at 10 percent, which is good.
To keep over one million Americans from losing unemployment benefits, the senate voted unanimously to pass legislation extending benefits across the country.
And will their friend lose his job for feeding them?
Last month, the American economy dropped 467,000 jobs.
Looking for work? Try networking at Kinko's or the gym.
The unemployment rate hit 8.5 percent in March, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
In which we try to find the silver lining in this.
651,000 jobs were lost that month alone.