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National Data | January Jobs: Half of New Jobs Go To Immigrants—96% (!) To Hispanics

February 7, 2012
Edwin Rubenstein, VDARE

January’s Jobs/ Unemployment data has been greeted with euphoria by the Democratic Party/ Main Stream Media (to the extent that the two can be distinguished).

January was indeed a “game changer”—but not in the way portrayed. The displacement of American workers by immigrants (and of all races by Hispanics) reached unprecedented levels.

U.S. companies hired 243,000 workers—the most in nine months. The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 8.3% according to the government’s survey of employers—the lowest level in nearly three years. After months of better than expected gains, this surprised even the most cockeyed optimist.

But’s analysis starts with “other” employment survey, of households rather than businesses. The Household Survey is rarely headlined in the MSM. To do so would reveal inconvenient truths about the race, ethnicity, and nativity of new “American” workers.

According to the Household Survey, an astounding 847,000 jobs were added in January—the largest monthly gain in nine years.

That’s the good news. The not-so-good, or at least thought-provoking, news: an astonishing 96% of those jobs went to Hispanics—although they are only 15% of the workforce.

And now… the rest of the story. …..

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