501,000. That's the number of fewer jobs the U.S. economy created in 2018-2019 after the BLS revised its stats. "The newly revised figures indicate the economy didn't get a huge boost last year from Pres. Trump's tax cuts and higher federal spending."
"Hiring wasn’t nearly as strong in 2018 and early 2019 as the government initially reported — by about a half-million jobs...The newly revised figures indicate the economy didn’t get a huge boost last year from Trump’s tax cuts and higher federal spending"
U.S. created 500,000 fewer jobs since 2018 than previously reported, new figures show Hiring doesn’t appear to have gotten big boost from Trump tax cuts 🤔💸🤥
Job growth in 2018 and early 2019 may have been overstated by more than half a MILLION jobs. Average monthly gains of 228K jobs in 2018 would fall to ~180K-185K in current BLS analysis.
More evidence of the failure of trickle-down economics.
"The newly revised figures indicate the economy didn't get a huge boost last year from Pres. Trump's tax cuts and higher federal spending."
U.S. created 500,000 fewer jobs since 2018 than previously reported, new figures show
U.S. created 500,000 fewer jobs since 2018 than previously reported, new figures show