several industries showed solid gains in employment, including health care and the service industries. Private business services created 51,000 jobs in February, the most of any sector. That's encouraging, since economists say hiring in that sector is a good measuring stick for the health of the overall labor market.Yes, for those who keep trying to say that only Government is growing, take note -> ""Private business services created 51,000 jobs in February, the most of any sector.""
Also encouraging was the addition of 47,500 temporary workers, whose hiring often signals that employers are starting to gear up again. There have been nearly 100,000 temporary jobs created in 2010.
And on that note, no matter where someone is working, they are getting paid, and spending that money in the free market, creating demand. AS demand increases, so will the need to create more goods to meet the demand.
This is good news all around, well maybe not for the GOP, who needs to pray for a jobless stagnating economy. If the Left was smart, THAT is what they would be communicating to the electorate.