RECORD low unemployment for manufacturing jobs under TRUMP

(National SentinelGreat Again: The latest U.S. employment figures crushed analysts’ expectations as the impact from a series of devastating hurricanes faded last month, according to the Department of Labor.

Also unexpected: U.S. manufacturing jobs have rebounded, employing the largest number of workers in decades.

The economy added 228,000 nonfarm payrolls in November, more than economists were expecting, Business Insider reported.

Meanwhile, the unemployment rate remained near a 17-year low of 4.1 percent.

Economists had estimated that 195,000 new jobs would be created last month, and that the unemployment rate would remain the same.

Meanwhile, the manufacturing sector added 31,000 jobs, while its unemployment rate fell to a record-low 2.6 percent.

The retail sector also had strong gains as many businesses and chains added workers for the holiday shopping season.

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Its not so simple Basic high school ecobomics for 15 yo used to be taught which gave kids sone understandingof London’s Keynesian economic controls beibg reigned down upon the globe by ibstitiinalused agentsif sconomic sciences so that theyjnew low unemoynrnt leads to rapid price pulk and cist puzh inflationary pressures and can be utterky catastrophic in rhe long term since infation creates debt for the poor and wealth for the elite.

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