U.S. private employers’ payrolls grew at the fastest pace in four months in August - Granite Grok

U.S. private employers’ payrolls grew at the fastest pace in four months in August

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What is something you may not hear a lot about today? Good economic news. Details that deflate the Left’s dreams of a recession. The one they’d love you to suffer through if it helped them in the next election.

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The sort of thing that should send a message to middle America. Your lifestyle (retirement, comfort, growth, success) is worth sacrificing to advance their political ambitions. That’s how they feel about you all the time.  In fact, when they win, it’s their top priority. Take your stuff and ruin every opportunity or incentive for you to turn your effort into more stuff for you.

But, for now at least, the economic news is not good for them coming out of August.

The ADP National Employment Report, considered a precursor to the Labor Department’s more comprehensive jobs report, showed U.S. private employers’ payrolls grew at the fastest pace in four months in August, led by big gains in service-sector jobs.

Another private survey showed growth in the U.S. services sectors accelerated in August, rebounding from its weakest level in nearly three years, as new orders rose to their highest level since February amid trade worries.

“Manufacturing is in a bit of a global slump, but if you look at the other economic data, like the services and jobs reports, none of them point to an economy that is teetering on a recession,” Antonelli said.

We’re not in the recession they’ve been waiting…you get the idea.

Tomorrow’s jobs report will probably fail to deliver even a glancing blow to the Trump economy. And the service sector job growth is good news for new employees, job training opportunity, and skill accumulation that lead to better-paying jobs and brighter futures.

Keep that one in your pocket. Whatever happens, the media will try to make the worst of it for any Republican, not just Trump. Another message (for Republicans).

| Reuters