Biden's worst jobs report | Eastern North Carolina Now | Joe Biden closed out 2021 with the worst jobs report of his presidency so far.

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News Release:

    Good morning,

    Joe Biden closed out 2021 with the worst jobs report of his presidency so far.

    Add December to Biden's long list of dismal jobs reports - in 4 of the last 5 months, the U.S. has added fewer jobs than economists expected.

  • Just 199,000 jobs were created in December, LESS THAN HALF of what was projected.
  • This data, which reflects a weak recovery, was collected before Omicron hit the economy, meaning the situation is likely now worse than the data reflects.
  • 3.1 million workers were unable to work in December because their employer was closed or had lost business because of the pandemic.

    And this is after Biden wasted $1.9 trillion on his far-left boondoggle that he promised would spur economic growth and "shut down the virus."



    So much for that. Americans want their money back.


    Contact: Alex Nolley
    North Carolina Communications Director
    Republican National Committee
    Email: anolley@gop.com
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