The Only Thing Better Than June Jobs Numbers Is the Reaction to June Jobs Numbers

With 288,000 jobs added and an unemployment rate that fell to 6.1 percent, June was a banner month for the U.S. labor market. For the first time since the late ‘90s, job creation has topped 200,000 for five consecutive months and the unemployment rate is at its lowest since September 2008. The numbers reported this morning were also even better than expected, which has produced responses that are little more excited than expected. Here are some favorites: 

The Euphoric Reaction to June’s Jobs Report