US Jobs Reports Lies and Fake News ...Until Trump Takes Office?
Recently, Pres. Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer let it be known that all previous job addition reports were fake, that is, until February 2017. Now that his boss is in office, the stats are real. Or so he says.
At the risk of sounding biased, that kind of statement seems just a tad biased.
Trump is actually taking Credit for the numbers. Wrong. These numbers arose out of conditions established long before he entered the White House.
Keep your eyes and ears open, people.
In the mean time, job additions totaled more than 235,000 in the month of February. You're in a good place at a good time to find the job you want.