Dagens Dubya

  • Our Economy Has Created More Than 7.2 Million Jobs Since August 2003.  Payroll jobs increased 167,000 in December alone, and have increased by more than 600,000 jobs in the past four months.
  • The Unemployment Rate Was 4.5 Percent In December.  This is well below the 5.1 percent average rate for 2005, and below the average of each of the past four decades.
  • Real Wages Rose 1.7 Percent During 2006.  This rate of growth is substantially faster than the average rate of the 1990s, meaning an extra $1,030 last year for the typical family of four with two wage earners.
  • Real After-Tax Personal Income Per Person Has Increased Over $2,800 – Or 9.6 Percent – During This Administration.

Keep up the good work, mr President!


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