I sort through all kinds of labor market numbers to determine the health of the U.S. consumer. After all, our economy is largely based on consumption, and most people base their expenditures on their paycheck. So, you can’t talk about the U.S. economy without talking about the health of the U.S. consumer. You can’t talk about that without studying the labor markets.
What have I found? The economic equivalent of a peanut butter sandwich and a bag of potato chips is what. Read the full article as previously published in the Montgomery Advertiser June 13th 2016…)