The monthly jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has been out for a few days. Having analyzed these reports for several years, I thought it would be good to talk about what they do and don’t do and how they are put together. First, the BLS jobs
Analysis of the BLS and its August jobs report. What happened to the expected losses in education?
A critique of Dean Baker’s position on the Social Security Trust Funds.
The great housing bubble had a very specific and noisy but could be seen coming for years. Those who should have prevented it are still in place.
The June job numbers are not good and on further analysis even worse.
What the UCMJ has to say about McChrystal’s comments to Rolling Stone.
Questioning the passage of the Sanders’ audit the Fed amendment as a victory for reform
Analysis of the April BLS employment/jobs report