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"Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


Headline for AP story in this morning's Advocate.

Of course, it's on Page 10A.







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Rex
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


What's your political point?






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Jbird
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


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What's your political point?


which one do you want?

That bad news concerning the Savior is buried?

That the Savior's policies create low paying part time jobs?









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gatorrocks
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


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What's your political point?

Do you really need him to explain? You're a smart guy Rex. You know what he's saying. And you know why he's saying it.






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Rex
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


Do you always speak for him?






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udtiger
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


Damning headline (and story - that even notes some of the part time hiring is because of Obamacare) buried on Page 10.





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Rex
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Does the article state that those hires would be full-time instead of part-time without Obamacare? I'd like to see them prove it.







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Reubaltaich
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What's your political point?


The point is that our country is still languishing after FOUR freaking years of this pathetic sad-sack called obama.

And it is because of the millions of fools like you clown, that voted for this obama fool.

Any more questions?






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Revelator
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


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Does the article state that those hires would be full-time instead of part-time without Obamacare? I'd like to see them prove it.



Even if they aren't because of Obamacare, they are still low paying, part time jobs which are counted in the job creation numbers but aren't living wage jobs. But I'm sure you'll find a way to spin it positively anyway.



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Rex
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


How many net jobs were added to the US economy in Bush's last two years?






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Jbird
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


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How many net jobs were added to the US economy in Bush's last two years?


Why only two years?






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C
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


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How many net jobs were added to the US economy with democrats controlling congress in Bush's last two years?








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CC
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


Because the last two years of Bush's Presidency had Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.





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C
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Why only two years?



THose were the 2 years that Democrats controlled congress so he obviously wants to show their benefit.






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Rex
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Even if they aren't because of Obamacare, they are still low paying, part time jobs which are counted in the job creation numbers but aren't living wage jobs. But I'm sure you'll find a way to spin it positively anyway.

A couple of questions:

Are low-paying, part time jobs better than zero or negative jobs?

What are the effects of automation, computerization, robotics, and globalization on the US job market?








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C
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re: "Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


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Are low-paying, part time jobs better than zero or negative jobs?


Are part-time jobs being added or are full time jobs being converted to part-time jobs? Honest question.






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Rex
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Because the last two years of Bush's Presidency had Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.

Who's the Speaker of the House now?






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Lsut81
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"Most jobs added in July low-paying or part-time"


Its so awesome.... Great to know that we are in a great recovery.


Our govt is a clusterfrick, nothing can get done until we clean them all out and start anew.






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Revelator
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Are low-paying, part time jobs better than zero or negative jobs?



That's a straw man question. That would be like me asking you," wouldn't a quick bullet in the head be better than getting slowly eaten by alligators?" Both are bad.
And the automation part is something all presidents have to contend with.



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CC
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Who's the Speaker of the House now?
That spineless crybaby John Bohner.






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