December jobs report for 2009 was released by the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics. What does the December jobs report say about the end of 2009? The December jobs report shows more jobs lost.
According to the BLS December job report, nonfarm payroll employment was down by 85,000 jobs. The unemployment rate is 10 percent. The number of people unemployed are 15.3 million. A total of 6.1 million were unemployed for 27 weeks or longer.
I think the December jobs report is alarming with ongoing job losses and an unemployment rate continuing at 10 percent. What do you think of the December jobs report and our hopes for 2010?
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