This article talks about all the census jobs and the temp jobs, and even the pt jobs added. I think first of all that they shouldn't count these because the census is very temporary, as are the temp jobs. Which is the majority of the jobs added. The rest are all part-time. Not too mention, I haven't seen any increase in hiring here in FL. I am constantly looking. The numbers and statistics they have do not have any sources, so that is questionable right there. The only jobs I know that were added was the census jobs. I didn't take the job because within months I would be in the same spot, broke and unemployed again.
In terms of the supposed PT jobs added, I haven't noticed a difference there either. I refuse to take PT work because that is practically no money, doesn't pay the bills, and it barely covers the gas you waste going to work. So, IF they indeed added any PT jobs it isn't going to help any, because it is underemployment.
There still considering this a recession, when in fact it is a depression. It's as bad or almost as bad as the Great Depression. In our day though, this is just as cataclysmic as the Great Depression was back in the 30's. SO again there is nothing good happening. Not to mention that everything I have researched and seen shows us losing jobs, not gaining. For example, the 2500 from Sallie Mae! Then there is going to be another 1500 cut in July! So to say there adding jobs, I think this isÂ posturingÂ from the gov't to try and get there numbers up. It was a pure waste of time and ink, if you ask me. They do not state in the entire article where these numbers come from. It just eludes that it comes from the government. That gives me enough reason to disbelieve.