US job growth slowed in the month of June. There were 209,000 nonfarm jobs created last month versus a forecast of 225,000 new jobs for the month. May payrolls were revised lower to up 306,000 from up 339,000, a loss of 33,000 jobs. And, of course, wage gains did not keep up with inflation once again.
but the news is even more bleak for American families.
On Friday morning Heritage Foundation Fellow, E. J. Antoni joined The War Room to discuss the latest jobs numbers.E. J. pointed out that 90 percent of the new jobs created went to foreigners. And that […]