Ammar Campa-Najjar, we have NOT created 16 million jobs since 2010

We’ve created almost 16 million jobs since 2010, so roughly nine million more jobs exist today than compared to late 2007, before the Great Recession. If you look at the demographic breakdown, however, Hispanics secured more than half of those net new jobs. Other minority groups also gained millions more jobs than they lost during the recession. But white workers, who account for 78 percent of the labor force, lost more than 700,000 net jobs over the nine years. Why is that?


Show me where we have created those jobs.

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The only thing we have created is propaganda.

Isn’t it time that the Department of Labor actually counted the long term unemployed formerly middle class workers like myself so that we can fix this damn problem and put Americans in America back to work?


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