The nation seems to be recovering the mass amount of job losses that followed the start of this global recession that we’ve all been talking about for seemingly the last four years.
Any of us involved in any sort of commerce or financial sort of businesses have been deeply affected, and as a result the topic of the recession, the housing crisis, and the banking crisis that essentially triggered this mess have all that topics discussed again and again and again.
We have all read books and books and books on the matters above.
We have all watched films and documentaries on the matters above.
I can’t tell you how happy I am to see another strong month of growth for the people of this nation. This not only going to see our country and recovering its financial standing, but it will also affect the overall housing market, a market that has been, at best, tepid, due to the lack of consumer confidence in the overall direction of the economy.
Americans, generally speaking, are a very optimistic people. If our optimism that allows this continually defied the odds and leave the globe in so many different ways. We continue to work through our difficulties, work through our disagreements, and with aid of democracy faced down our challenges.
The Particulars of these Financial Figures
In the month of January, the US economy saw 243,000 jobs added. This was the second consecutive month of gains that were clearly better than the economists’ expectations.
This figure takes the overall unemployment rate all the way down to 8.3% figure is slightly higher in our great state, yet the national unemployment rate generally speaks to the overall economy, and a consistently lower rate suggests that growth and sustainability are being solidified.