November Jobs Report Analysis: 266,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment Rate Falls | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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CNBC’s Dominic Chu reports on how the November jobs report numbers compare to expectations. Aired on 12/06/19.
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November Jobs Report Analysis: 266,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment Rate Falls | Morning Joe | MSNBC

51 Comments on "November Jobs Report Analysis: 266,000 Jobs Added, Unemployment Rate Falls | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. How many of those are “permanent” jobs and not just “hired part-timers”?

    And how many of them got more than “one” of them?

  2. It’s great that people are working but I’m waiting to see the measurement for household debt/expenses vs income statistic. If people can’t afford a $500 emergency then they are surviving, not really working.

  3. patrick weigand | December 6, 2019 at 11:31 AM | Reply

    I think the unemployment is so low now because everybody’s unemployment benefits run out. And now they just ain’t looking for work no more because they’re homeless✔

  4. *What about INFRASTRUCTURE WEEK?*

  5. I guess it’s just a coincidence that the Republican agenda and the Putin agenda happen to mirror one another.

  6. Well we have Christmas seasonal jobs. Then we will get Census jobs next year.

    • EXACTLY! It’s only seasonal which means temporary. Can you trust it as the strength of your economy? If you do then America is living on the edge of debt with every season and bankruptcy with every emergency, hence one step from being homeless, that is not strength to me.

    • Sheriff Of Nothingbutham | December 6, 2019 at 12:54 PM | Reply

      Wow you are stupid.

    • @Julie Wynn Funny how they said it’s 3% higher wages than same time in Nov last year. Was there not a Christmas last year? Funny how adjustments to the past few months showed more growth then reported, was there a Christmas in the fall and summer too? Funny how there was a great recession supposed to happen this summer as graphs don’t lie. Did Santa save that too? But keep hoping for disaster like the rest of liberals…thanks.

    • MilkCow leftist are such losers….. just laugh at them, they’re clowns

  7. Best economy in 70 years

    • Gym Jordan's Hair | December 6, 2019 at 3:12 PM | Reply

      @L DL Yeah, which is the reason why the French have shot down the country with massive protests. No doubt they’re protesting the good economy.

    • You do know that France is not ‘Europe’ right? They are just 13% of Europe. And yes they currently have 8% unemployment (which is very odd, given that all the neighbouring countries are doing much better)
      In my country (Belgium, a French neighbour) the unemployment rate is at 3,2%. UK (with all it’s Brexit mess) is at 3,8% Germany at 3,1%, Poland 3,2%, Czech Republic at 2%, etc.

    • @Gym Jordan’s Hair Uhhh, No. They’re protesting the pension reform measures Macron is pushing. In the US, it’d be akin to the retirement age being pushed to 70 and getting a 10% cut to what you’ve been putting in from working for all of those years. Brother, get your facts straight.

    • Gym Jordan's Hair | December 6, 2019 at 4:33 PM | Reply

      @George Huynh – Right. And the pension “reform” is giving working people – not taking away – more from them which is why people are protesting. Not that pension/retirement has anything to do with the economy, of course.


    • sergeanthetfield | December 6, 2019 at 5:06 PM | Reply

      @L DL I live in Sweden. We dont have record low unemployment. Mostly because of mass-immigration from third world countries.

  8. Yeah! FED prints more money to help Americans buy more Chinese goods for Christmas so that China can fund the US government by buying our debt.

  9. So I lost my job 3 years ago and have continued to look for employment. Most of the friends and family that lost their jobs around the same time has moved OUT of the United States and found work in other countries or started businesses there. It puzzles me that these types of numbers keep coming out. I’ve asked whether they’ve considered this fact – wondering when they would mention that there are less of a workforce so the numbers look better. (5% of 100 is the same percentage as 5% of 1000 but those values are different.)

  10. Modern Rude Boy | December 6, 2019 at 3:14 PM | Reply

    Anyone gonna mention that most people need more than one job to pay rent?

  11. #trump2020. #promisesmadepromiseskept

  12. Never seen news anchors so depressed about such a positive jobs report

  13. Josh PaperDragon | December 6, 2019 at 4:30 PM | Reply

    This comment section looks like Republicans denying climate change. No one understands or cares about the facts so they just make up some silly reason why the job numbers can’t be true. too good. I am glad this stuff is saved forever online.

  14. “4 more years, 4 more years, 4 more years,”!!!!!!!!!!!

  15. Mikael Gudmundsson | December 6, 2019 at 5:26 PM | Reply

    The pain in their voice😅

  16. Philips Thathemkulam | December 6, 2019 at 6:57 PM | Reply


  17. And here in Canada we lost 71,000 jobs.

  18. Yeah half of people can’t find good paid job and are’t able to collect unemployment…that where the low percentage coming from.

  19. Lol. As expected a lot of sour comments. You could swear they were hoping for a recession. MAGA!

    • Cool Hand Mark | December 6, 2019 at 8:46 PM | Reply

      … like republicans all hoped Obama would fail, and were going to help make that happen by “doing everything we can to make him a one-term president”?

    • DesignatedOperator | December 6, 2019 at 10:31 PM | Reply

      @Cool Hand Mark …. Republicans never said they wanted Obama to fail. The opposing party always wants the other party to serve one term. However, liberals like Bill Maher explicitly state they are hoping for a recession.

  20. frank delatorre | December 6, 2019 at 8:45 PM | Reply

    I wonder why???? Lol

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