Nobody wants to talk to the jobs report that was released yesterday, so it's going to spend the entire weekend sitting alone in the cafeteria, glancing around nervously at the small groups of popular economists whispering behind its back about how crappy it is. Poor jobs report! It's not like it contained news of Skynet going online and the impending robot takeover, and it's certainly not the jobs report's fault that the U.S. economy is performing with all the efficiency and rigor of a three-legged, syphilitic horse with asthma. Besides, the jobs report offered some insight on who's really driving the economy in our post-recession landscape: working women.
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