U.S. Unemployment Expected To Fall Below 4 Percent By The Summer

If you are wondering why Democrats and the liberal media would rather talk about Russia and other manufactured controversies, this is a good place to start. Trump has been fantastic for American jobs. Of course, the left doesn’t want to talk about that.

Unemployment is even expected to drop below 4 percent by this summer.

Bloomberg reports:

This Is What Record-Low Unemployment Looks Like in America

What will happen when the U.S. unemployment rate falls below 4 percent, which is expected to occur by this summer? One way to tell is to look at cities where joblessness is already lower than that. Bloomberg News reporters traveled to Iowa, Georgia, and Maine. What they saw there is encouraging. They discovered that employers have found ways to cope with tight labor markets and still make money.

Businesses have pulled in workers from the sidelines—including retirees, immigrants, and the homeless—and retooled processes to use less labor. Some have raised pay considerably for certain jobs, but so far there are no signs of an overall wage explosion. That should embolden those at the Federal Reserve who want to raise interest rates slowly to give growth a chance.

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The left doesn’t want to give Trump credit for this, or anything else for that matter.

Why else do you think this isn’t being mentioned?


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