September Jobs Report is a Disaster For Biden Administration, ‘Way Less’ Than Expectations

The September jobs report is likely to have the Biden Administration is in panic mode and can be considered a disaster from any standpoint.

“194,000 net new jobs added. Way less, way less than anybody expected, and less than last month, and the worst of the year,” CNN’s Christine Romans said on the latest jobs report in a clip tweeted by the House Republicans.

Romans also described the report as a “Brainteaser,” in an apparent attempt to spin the news.

According to Reuters, economists they had polled had forecast payrolls increasing by 500,000 jobs with estimates ranging from as high as 700,000 jobs to as low as 250,000.

U.S. House Rep Mark Green (R-TN) quote tweeted the quote from the House Republicans and said, “Job growth down. Inflation up. We cannot sustain this.”

U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) said of the news, “194,000 jobs added is anemic job growth. The Biden economy is a colossal failure.”

White House Chief of Staff Ronald Klain attempted to focus on the unemployment rate instead, which saw a decrease, and claimed, “The unemployment rate is now down to 4.8% — in just eight months. We’ve created 2x more jobs under @POTUS in his first nine months than any administration in history.”

Chad Gilmartin, deputy spokesman for U.S. House Rep Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), quote tweeted Klain and pointed out, “183,000 DROPPED OUT of the labor force in September…”

U.S. House Rep Jackie Speier (D-CA) used the report to stump for the passage of the big dollar bills that Democrats want to get passed.

The National Women’s Law Center lamented in a tweet, “New #JobsReport numbers are in: In September the economy added 194,000 jobs. While men gained 220,000 jobs last month, 𝘄𝗼𝗺𝗲𝗻 𝗹𝗼𝘀𝘁 𝟮𝟲,𝟬𝟬𝟬 𝗷𝗼𝗯𝘀. That brings us to nearly 2.9 million jobs lost for women since the beginning of the pandemic.”

Speier responded, “This is ridiculous. We are experiencing the tale of two economic recoveries. ALL of the net job growth in Sept. went to men. 309k women LEFT the workforce, while 182k men entered.”

“We NEED the investments in childcare & paid family and medical leave in BBB NOW!” Speier insisted.

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