Thanks to President Trump’s tax cut, California is enjoying stronger-than-expected job growth, and the unemployment rate has dropped to 4.3 percent, a record low since 1976 when the state started tracking data consistently.
You’d think the white elites at the San Francisco Chronicle would be happy? Alas, it’s bittersweet. The white elites love their money, even if it does come thanks to President Trump’s policies.
California added 52,700 nonfarm payroll jobs in December alone, a surprisingly strong number that accounted for more than one-third of the 148,000 jobs created nationally in December, said Scott Anderson, chief economist with Bank of the West.
Unemployment was even lower in the Bay Area. In the San Francisco-Redwood City-South San Francisco metro area, the unemployment rate was 2.2 percent in December.
However, as you’ve not doubt surmised, the Chronicle still hates the President. Some things will never change.