Friday, February 3, 2023
Friday, February 3, 2023

    ‘We have more Americans working in the private sector today than any day during Trump’s Presidency’: Biden takes a swipe at his predecessor after U.S. added 372,000 jobs in June and beat expectations

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    The U.S. added 372,000 jobs in June and the unemployment remained at 3.6 percent in a positive jobs report that beat expectations and prompted President Joe Biden to take an immediate victory lap, Your Content has learned.

    Economists forecast that 270,000 jobs would be added amid recession fears.

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    May saw 390,000 jobs added as economy showed more signs of recovery.

    Is good news for White House that has pushed Biden’s economic record.

    But some economists say the U.S. could already be in a recession,‘according to BLOOMBERG

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