You should be, too.
The tally of continuing claims, or benefits drawn by workers for more than one week, fell 148,000 to 6,687,000, the first weekly decline since the week ended Jan. 3 and largest since Nov. 24, 2001. (wsj.com)
That would be good news, but only if a) it’s true, and b) 148,000 more people found jobs than lost them last month.
Frankly, I think the government’s lying to us.
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