Do you think will get another disappointing Jobs Report by the Labor Department?

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Asked at 2012-08-06 05:07:47
I think we will see a net creation of jobs, but not enough to bring down the unemployment figures , I think it will remain at 9.6 %, but can make even slightly to 9.7 %. I think playing politics with Bill Small Business Loans , which would allow hundreds of thousands of businesses access to loans through community banks that could not get through the largest banks . The House passed the bill in June, and Senate Republicans blocked the bill until after Labor Day .
Answer1CaremmmmmmAnswered at 2012-08-06 05:19:47
you know that Gallup was recorded at 10.1 last night right ? The last time they did, the government figures out high ....
Answer2danny gAnswered at 2012-08-06 05:26:47
It is much worse than the current regime allowed before November. FYI. Companies are not looking to take on more debt. They are not looking to expand . They are simply floating in the water until the see the amount of liability they face in January in connection with tax increases and health care mandates .

Answer3Nikia WalkerAnswered at 2012-08-06 06:35:47
its hard to tell the accuracy of the numbers will be from the federal government has been manipulating the unemployment figures in the last 2 years. Some people believe the real unemployment rate is over 10 %. Actually, it feels like you are up to 20 % unemployment
Answer4courtneyAnswered at 2012-08-06 06:39:03
Why do you think that a draft law that says that companies , "Here , borrow the money you have to pay back with interest that we" will create jobs? This only allows companies deeper into the hole. Would not it make more sense for the government at a time of severe recession and high unemployment to say, " Ok , we know that you are suffering so we will reduce taxes so that you do not have to pay so much to us." Companies (and remember , most companies are not the mega corporations , most companies are using small to medium sized companies "could save more money to invest in better technology and hire more people because these technologies would expand their business thus creating the need for more people to help run the business .

So first, here is money, but give it back with even more than they took out or here , have a tax cut. It sounds like the best plan?
Answer5MinervaAnswered at 2012-08-06 08:38:47
That depends on what disappoints Sparky. I would not be disappointed by a report of 10 % + and actually expected it in the face of rehtoric of its President.
Answer6singular noun N-VOC Answered at 2012-08-06 12:01:49
I think the Labor Department will be under enormous political pressure to sweeten the numbers and come in a lower estimate than last month . After the election, which wil be revised upwards , over 10 %.
Answer7azirAnswered at 2012-08-07 14:51:03
If you have to borrow the money then maybe you are not a business man you thought you were.
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