Wednesday, February 11, 2015


Market Watch | U.S. job openings hit highest level since 2001
Job openings in the U.S. rose in December to the highest amount since 2001 and the pace of hiring returned to prerecession levels, but companies are still taking their time before adding new workers.

Econ Comments & Analysis                                                                                            
Washington Times | The big lie about jobs
For the past six years of the Obama economy, I've been telling readers that the administration has been juggling its job data to make the unemployment rates look much lower than they really are.
National Review | There’s No Such Thing as the ‘Real Unemployment Rate’ 
The CEO of one of the world’s most prominent polling and analysis firms, Jim Clifton of Gallup,wrote a bombshell column last week: The unemployment rate reported by the federal government and widely cited by the media is “a Big Lie.”