Friday, November 6, 2015

Now More Full-Time Jobs Than Before the Recession

After full-time jobs increased by 185,000in October, the total number of positions rose to 122.02 million. That tops the 121.61 million mark in December 2007, the start date for the recession.


(via Market Watch)

1 comment:

  1. Seems like for this to be useful for measuring anything, especially "since the recession" which is several years ago, we need to add a 2nd graph of working age population.