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Boy, just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse, just moments ago, word of an unexpected jump in first-time jobless claims. The Labor Department says new claims for unemployment insurance rose by 8,000 to 480,000. That's the fourth increase in just the past five weeks.

 

And if you think that's bad, it gets even worse. Government info coming out tomorrow may show job losses in this horrible recession were under counted by close to a million jobs.

 

Stephanie Elam joining us from New York.

 

So, Stephanie, where is this under counting info coming from?

 

Well, as -- it was coming from the government, Kyra. And it's for a lot of people out there, just people on main street, I'm sure they're going, yeah, no doubt. We knew this. This was a way worse recession when it came to jobs than a lot of people were saying.

 

So what's going on here is that they're looking at a period that started in April 2008 going through March of 2009. And the Bureau of Labor Statistics usually does this. They go back and they re-jigger the number a bit to find out what it was so saying that another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period.

 

That's more than the current estimates and the government's current reading is that during that period we lost 4.8 million jobs. So this revision would actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be lost during that period. So the largest revision in some 30 years.

 

Now the reason why they had to do this is because, as the monthly data was coming out, they're saying some information just was not available. Maybe someone started a job in the middle of the year, maybe a business went out of business during that period, and that all factors into those statistics.

 

So now they can take all that information and put it together and do this. Normally when they have to resize a number, it's a small change. But that 12-month period, Kyra, as you remember, was anything but normal. It was huge.

 

It was when we went to the brink of another depression. So obviously because of that, it was an unusual situation. And that's why you see the number popped up there so much, so that would take us to a new estimate of a loss of about eight million jobs since the recession began which was in December 2007, so obviously a lot more pain out there than we realized we were dealing with during the time.

 

We should talk a little bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.

 

Yes, tomorrow is the big jobs report. We'll get the January numbers.

 

I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10 percent. However, as far as jobs being lost or added, analysts expect that we should add 13,000 jobs, but I should point out that there's been a lot of discrepancy.

 

You've got one group saying that we actually should see -- slowing down in job losses. We have another report that says losses accelerated as far as jobs are concerned. So it's kind of all over the place when it comes to this jobs report. But the government will be out tomorrow morning and we will actually get to see the numbers and see what things look like for January.

 

But keep in mind, January of last year, we lost 741,000. So the idea of adding, I will say that would be putting us back into the right directions. Still not enough but still going in the right direction.

 

Got it. I just thought of something. Did I say you were at the New York Stock Exchange or did I say you were in New York?

 

I don't know, but I..I know it's confusing now. But I'm in New York.

 

Right. Exactly. I just want to make that point again. Because usually it's like that just got.. rolls off my tongue.

 

All right, Stephanie, appreciate it.

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Boy,just when you thought the job situation could get any worse,just a minute's ago,were even unexpected jump and jobless claims,so Labour Department says,you claim for any employment to transport by 8000 to 480000.As a forth increase in just past 5 weeks, and if you think that's bad worse,got a minute,come out for a job losses full board recession were undercounted by close to million jobs.Stephon where is the undercoming in  coming.Well,it's coming from the goverment,Cario.A lot of people work there a just go and no doubt.We knew this ,this's a worse way of recession,we come the jobs and a lot of people were sain  ,what's going on here is the period that start in April 2008 and going to March 2009.And the burial of usually statistics does it,go back and regeem the number number obey to find out what it was,824000jobswere lost during that period.We lost 4.8million jobs this's revision,what she putas 5.6million jobs.Would be lost in that period is the largest revision during 30 years.Now the reason why we should do this because as the mounty dead was coming out is some information was just available and some started jobs in the middle,maybe a businessman out of business during that period and affected the statistics,so that all information to put it together,normally when they have to revise small change,but that all coming as remember was anything but normal,it was huge went into the bring and other depressions.So obviously,because of that ,it was unusual situation that 's why you see number of that.so new   a lot of about 8 million jobs since recession again,December,2007.so obviously a lot of pain there we realize that time.
so you talk more about what we expect tommorrow support.yes,tomorrow get big Juanuary numbers,I can tell you the employment rate is expect to say at 10%.However,the job's being lost are added and expected , we should at 13thousandjobs,but I should point out,this's been a lot of discrupcy and onr group think that we actually should see slowing down losses,while another report says losses of salary as far as job concern,so countable losses the job would be tommorrow morning,and we would actually get to see the numbers think is look like in Juanuary.keep mind in Juanuary last year,we lost 741thousand jobs.So the idea of loss who would be see putting the expect to the right directions,so not enough,it's still going the right direction.
Got it,I just thought about it ,i say the NY shock ,you were in NY.
I don't know but I don'y confusing out,I'm in NY
It's right,exactly,I'm sure make that point,It's just rise up,definitely appreciate it
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Boy! Just when you thought the job situation couldn’t get any worse, just moments ago word of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims. The labour department says it claims the unemployment trorensrolls by 8000 to 480000. That’s a fourth increase in just the past 5 weeks. And if you think that’s bad, it gets even worse. Government in-fold coming out may show job losses in this horrible recession were undercounted by close to 1000000 jobs. Stephany Illand joining us from New York. So Stephany, where is this undercounted in-fold coming from?

Oh, it comes from the government, Carol. And it’s for a lot of people out there and just people on main street, I’m sure they are going, yeah, no doubt, we knew this. This is all a way worse recession when it came to jobs that a lot of people were saying. So what’s going on here is the looking at the period that started in April 2008 going through March 2009. And the bureau of labor statistics usually does this, they go back and they regeger the number a little bit to find out what it was, so saying that another 824000 jobs were lost during that period. That’s more than the current estimate. The government’s current reading is during that period we have lost 4.8 million jobs. So this revision will actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be lost during that period. It’s the largest revision in some 30 years. Now the reason why they had to do this is because as the monthly debt was coming out they say some information is just not available. Maybe someone started a job in the middle of the year, maybe a business went out of business during that period and they’re all factors into this statistics. So now they can take all the information to get together and do this. Normally, when it has to revise number, it’s a small change, but that twelve-month-period, Carol, as you remember is anything but normal. It was huge. It’s when we went to the blank of another depression obviously because of that it’s an unusual situation. That why you see number pop up there so much. That would take us to a new estimate of a loss about 8 million jobs since the recession began in Dec. 2007. So obviously a lot more pain out there than we realized we were dealing with during the time.

We should talk a little bit more about what to expect from tomorrow’s report.

Yes, tomorrow’s big job’s report will get the Jan. numbers. I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10 percent. However, as far as jobs being lost or added analysts expect that we should add 13000 jobs. But I should point out that there’s been a lot of discrepancy. You got one group saying that we actually should see a slowing down in job losses, and we have another report that says losses accelerated as far as jobs are concerned. So it is, kind of all over the place when it comes to job report but the government will out tomorrow morning and will actually get us to see what things look like for Jan., but keep in mind that Jan. last year we lost 341000 jobs. So the idea of adding, I’ll say that would be putting the spec into the right direction, still not enough, but still going the right direction.

Got it. I just thought of something. Did I say that you were New York Sarcashey or did I say you were New York? I don’t know, but I, it’s confusing now. But I’m in New York.OK. Right. Exactly. I just want to make that point again because usually it’s like it just got rolls my tongue. All right, Stephanie we appreciate it.
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Boy,just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse,just moments ago world of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claim.The Labor Department says new claims the... by 8000 to 480,000.That's a fourth increase in just past five weeks.You think that's bad.It gets even worse.Government infold come out tomorrow may show jobless in this horribless recession were under concouned by close to a million jobs.Stephy Illion during us from New York.So Stephy, where is this under couny infold come from?

Oh,it comes from the Government,Karol.And it's for a lot of people out there, I just people on Ministry.I'am showing them,yeah, no doubt,we knew this.It's a way worse of recession when we came to job then a lot of people were saying.So,what's going on here is to look at the period that started in April 2008 going through March of 2009.And the Bureau of Labor statistics usually does exit.They go back and they reject the number of a bit to find out what was it.So saying that another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period that's more than the creen estimated that the Government creen reading.It's that during that period we lost 4.8 million job.So this is division what actually  put as that 5.6 million jobs would be lost during that period of the largest recession in the last 30 years.Now the reason why they had to do is because as the month of the dead was coming out,they say some information just wasn't available.Maybe some started job and middle of them maybe a business man out of business during that period. So that all affected the statistics.So now they can take all the information and put it together and do this.Normally,when we has to revise number.It's a small change.But that choicy of mon period careen as remember was anything but normal.It was huge when we went to the Brink of another depression. So obviously because that is unusually situation.That's why you see the number of pumpout there so much.That would take us a new estimate of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession begun,December 2007.So obviously,a lot of more pain were there.And we realize we were dealing with it during this time.

So talk us more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.

Yes,tomorrow's big job report is getting the January numbers.I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%.However, as far as job being lost added, Elis expects that we should add 30,000 jobs.But I should point out, there's been a lot of descrepency.You got one group saying that we actually should slow down the jobs losses.We have another report said losses accelerated as far as jobs' concerned.
So it's kind of all over the places with kind of jobs report. But the Government would be alt tomorrow morning.I'll actually get to see the numbers and see what's things looking like for January.Anyway,but keep in mind January last year, we lost 741,000 jobs.So the idea of adding, I would say, that would be putting the ... into the right direction, still not enough.But still going the right direction.\

Got it. I just thought some, did i say you were the New York ... or did i say you were New York?

I don't know.But I am confusing now.But I am in New York.

Ok,you are right. I just want to make that point again because it usually it's like a rolls off my tag.All right. Stephy appreciated.
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Boy, just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse, just moments ago words of unexpected jump in first time jobless claim. The labor department says new claims for unemployment insurance rose by 8000 to 480,000 as a forth increase in just past 5 weeks. And if you think that's bad, it gets even worse. Government info come out tomorrow may show job losses in this horrible recession were under counted by close to a million jobs. Stephanie Elam joining us from New York. So Stephanie, where is this under counting info coming from?

Stephanie: Well, it's coming from the government Kyra. And it's for a lot of people out there are just people in mainstreet. I'm sure they are going, yea, no doubt. We knew this. This is a way world's recession. When they came to job,then a lot of people will say so what's going on here. Is it looking at the period and started in April 2008 going through the march of 2009 and the bureau of labor's statistic usually does this they go back and they re-jigger the number number a bit, to find what it was. So saying that another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period. That's more than current estimate on the government current reading is that during that period we have lost 4.8 million jobs, so this revision would actually put us at 5.6 million jobs. That would be lost in that period of the largest revision in some 30 years. Now the reason why they had do this is because as the monthly data was coming out,they say some information just was not available, maybe someone started a job in the middle of the year, maybe a business one out of business during that period. And that's all factors into the statistics, so now they can take all that information and put it together and do this. Normally when they have to revise number it's a small change. But that 12-month period, Kyra, as your remember, was anything but normal. It was huge. It was we are going to brink of another depression, so obviously because of that, it was an unusual situation. That's why you see there the number bubble up the so much. That would take us to a new estimate of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession began which was the December 2007, so obviously a lot more pain out there than we relize we dealing with during the time.
Kyra: We should talk a bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.
Stephanie: yes, tomorrow is a big jobs report. we'll get the January numbers. I can tell you that the umemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%. However as far as jobs being lost or added, analysts expect that we should add 30,000 jobs, but I should point out that there's been a lot of discrepancy.
You've got one group saying that we actual should see a slowing down the job loss, we have another report that says loss accelerated as far as jobs concern. So it's kind of all over the place when it comes to the jobs report. But the government would be out tomorrow morning and will actually get a see the number to see what things look like for January. We keep in mind January of last year, we lost 741,000 jobs. So the idea of adding, I'll say that would be put us back into the right direction still not enough but still go in the right direction.
Kyra: got it. I just thought something. Did I say you were the stock exchanger or did I say you were in New York?
Stephanie: I don't know. But I, it's, I know it's confusing know. But I'm in the New York. I'm gonna be right exactly.
Kyra:Just wanna make that point again cause usually it's like it that just got rose up my tongue. All right, Stephanie, I appreciate it.

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Boy, just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse, just a moment ago, word of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims, Labour Department says, the claims from unemployment trends rose by 8000 to 480000 as the fourth increase in just past 5 weeks, and if you think that's bad, it gets even worse, government info come out tomorrow, make sure job loses is in a horrible recession or undercounted by close to a million jobs. Stepheny Evan join us this from New York, so Stephney, where's undercounting info coming from?

Well, I guess, it's coming from government, Kara, and there's for a lot of people out there, just people on main street, I 'm sure they are going yet no doubt, we knew these. These are all-way worse recession when it came to jobs, and a lot of people will say. So, what's going on is the looking at the period that started in April 2008, going through March of 2009, and the Bureau of  labour statitics usually does this, they go back and they rejiggered the number a bit to find out what was, so saying another 824000 jobs were lost during that period. That's more than the current estimating, the government could be reading is that during that period we lost 4.8 million jos, so, this revision, well actually put as 5.6 million jobs that will be lost in that period, the largest revision in some 30 years, now, the reason why they had to do this is because as monthy debt was coming out, they say, some information was just not available, may be some started the job in the middle of the year, maybe a business went out a business during that period, and that all are factors into the statistics, so, they now, they can take all that information and put it together and do this, normally when revise number is a small change, but that 12 month period, Kay as you remeber, was anything but normal, it was huge, was when we went to brink of another depression, so obiviously, because that it was unusual situation that's why you see the number popped up there so much, that will take us new estimating of our lost of about 8 million jobs since recession began, which was in December 2007, so obiviously a lot more paying out there and then we realize it, we're dealing with it during the time.

We should talk a bit more about when we expect it from tomorrow's report.

Yes, tomorrow is a big jobless report we get Jan. numbers, I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%, however, as far as jobs being lost added it, analyst expect that we should add 13000 jobs, but I should point out that there's being a lot of discrepancy, you got one group's gain, that we actuall should see a slowing down in job loses, we have another report that says, loses is accelerated as far jobless concern, so, there's kind of low of place so, we come to the job pool, but government will be out tomorrow morning, actually get see the numbers, see what things look like for Jannuary, but keep in mind Jan. of last year, we lost 741000 jobs, so, the idea of adding, I say, that will be putting us back to right direction, still not enough, but still going the right direction.
Got it, I just thought of something, did i say you are with Newyork Sarkyshange, did I say you were in Newyork,
Hehehe, I don't know, but I know, it's kind of confusing now, (Hahaha,), but I am in New York.

I gotta say that you're right, exactly, I just wanna make that point again, it usually is like that just kind of rolls of my tongue, all rihgt, Stephany,  we appreciate what you do.  
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Boy, just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse, just moments ago, we 've got an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims. Labor Department says, new claim for unemployment s.. rose by 8000 to 480,000 as a forth increase in the past 5 weeks.  And if you think that's bad, it's get even worse, government info coming out tomorrow may show job losses in this horrible recession were undercounted by close to a million jobs. Stephanie Even join us in New York.

So, Stenphanie, where is this undercounting info coming from?

It's coming from the government Kyra, and it's for a lot of people out there, just people on mainstreet up show the going. Yeah, no doubt. We know this. This is a way worse recession when it came to jobs then a lot of people were saying. What's going on here is to looking on the period that started in April 2008 going through March of 2009 and the bureau of labor statistic usually does this. They go back and rej. the number a bit to find out what it was. So saying another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period. That's more than the current estimates, the government current reading is that during that period we lost 4,800,000 jobs. So this revision would actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be lost during that period, so the largest revision during in some 30 years.  

The reason why we had to do this is because as the monthy data was coming out, there are saying some information just was not available. Maybe someone started a job in the middle of a year, maybe a business went ouf of a business during that period, and that all factors into their statistics. So now,that they pick all that information and put it togeeter and do this. Normally, when they have to revise a number, it's a small change. But that 12 month period, Kyra, as you remember, was anything but normal. It was huge, it was when we went to the break of another depression so obviously because of that it was unusual situation and that why you see the number pump up there so much. That will take us to a new estimate of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession begin which was in December 2007.  So obviously a lot more pain out here than we realized we were dealing with during the time.

You should talk a little bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.

Yes, tomorrow's the big job report will get the January numbers, I can tell that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10 percent. However, as far as jobs are being loss or added, analysts expect that we should add 13,000 jobs. But I should point out, there has been a lot of descripency you've got. One group saying that we actually should see slowing down in jos losses. We have another report that says losses accelerated as far as job concern. So there is a lot kind of all over the places when its come to the jobs report. But the government won't be out till tomorrow morning. I'll actually get to see the numbers, see what things look like for January. But keep in mind January last year, we lost 741,000 jobs. So the idea of adding, I'll say that would be putting us back to the right direction still not enough, but still going the right direction.

Get it. I just have something. Did I say you were the New York s..s.., did I say you were New York.
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Boy, just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse, just moments ago, word of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims, the Labour Department says, the claims from unemployment trends rose by 8000 to 480000 as the fourth increase in just the past 5 weeks, and if you think that's bad, it gets even worse, government info come out tomorrow, make sure job loses is in a horrible recession or undercounted by close to a million jobs. Stepheny Evan join us this from New York, so Stephney, where's undercounting info coming from?

Well, I guess, it's coming from government, Kara, and there's for a lot of people out there, just people on main street, I 'm sure they are going yet no doubt, we knew these. These are all-way worse recession when it came to jobs, and a lot of people will say. So, what's going on here is the looking at the period that started in April 2008, going through March of 2009, and the Bureau of  labour statitics usually does this, they go back and they rejiggered the number a bit to find out what was, so saying another 824000 jobs were lost during that period. That's more than the current estimate, the government could be reading is that during that period we lost 4.8 million jos, so, this revision, well actually put as 5.6 million jobs that will be lost in that period, the largest revision in some 30 years, now, the reason why they had to do this is because as monthy debt was coming out, they say, some information was just not available, may be some started the job in the middle of the year, maybe a business went out a business during that period, and that all are factors into the statistics, so, they now, they can take all that information and put it together and do this, normally when we have to revise number is a small change, but that 12 month period, Kay as you remeber, was anything but normal, it was huge, was when we went to brink of another depression, so obiviously, because that it was unusual situation that's why you see the number popped up there so much, that will take us new estimate of our lost of about 8 million jobs since recession began, which was in December 2007, so obiviously a lot more paying out there and then we realize it, we're dealing with it during the time.

We should talk a bit more about when we expect that from tomorrow's report.

Yes, tomorrow is a big jobless report we get Jan. numbers, I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%, however, as far as jobs being lost added it, analyst expect that we should add 13000 jobs, but I should point out that there's being a lot of discrepancy, you got one group's gain, that we actuall should see a slowing down in job loses, we have another report that says, loses is accelerated as far jobless concern, so, there's kind of low of place so, we come to the job pool, but government will be out tomorrow morning, actually get see the numbers, see what things look like for Jannuary, but keep in mind Jan. of last year, we lost 741000 jobs, so, the idea of adding, I say, that will be putting us back to right direction, still not enough, but still going the right direction.
Got it, I just thought of something, did i say you are with Newyork Sarkyshange, did I say you were in Newyork,
Hehehe, I don't know, but I know, it's kind of confusing now, (Hahaha,), but I am in New York.

I gotta say that you're right, exactly, I just wanna make that point again, it usually is like that just kind of rolls of my tongue, all rihgt, Stephany,  we appreciate it.
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Boy ,just when you thought the job situation could get  any worse?Just moments ago,word  of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims .A Labor Department says ,you claims for unemployment insurance rose by 8 thousand to 480 thousand.That's a fourth increase in just the past five weeks.And if you think that's bad,it gets even worse .Government in-phone  coming out tomorrow ,make sure job losses in this phone-boss session were under counted by close to a million jobs.

Stepheny Elon draw us this from New York. So Stepheny ,where is this under counting in -phone coming from? Well,as coming from the government ,Carel ,and it for a lot of people out there,just people on main street .I'm sure they are going,yep,no doubt .We knew this.This is a little a way worth recession . When it came to jobs, then a lot of people would say,so what's going on here .It's  to looking at the period that's started in April 2008 going through March of 2009.And the bureau of the labor statistics usually does this.They go back and they redue the number abid  to find out what was .So saying that another 824 thousand jobs were lost during  that period.

That's more than the current estimate  that  government could read in ,is that during that period we've lost 4.8 million jobs ,this revision .What actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be  lost during that periods of the largest revision ,some 30 years. Now the reason whey they had to do this is because  as the monthly dead was coming out ,they say,some information just was not  available.Maybe someone started a job in the middle of the year. Maybe a business went out a business during that period and that all affected into the statistics. So now they can take all that informantion and put it together and do this .Normally when they have to revise number ,it's a small change but that 12- month period ,Carel ,as we remember,was anything but normal.It was huge it's when we went to the brink of another depression .So obviously because of that it was an unusual situation that's why you see the number pop up there  so much that will take us to a new estimate  of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession began which was in December 2007.So obviously a lot more pay out there than we  realize we're dealing with during the time.We should talk a bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report. Yes,tomorrow's  the big job loss report .We'll get the January numbers .I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10% .

However,as far as jobs being lost added and we should expect that we should add 13 thousand jobs but I should point out  that there's been a lot of discrapency, you've got ,one group thing , that we actually should see a slowing down in  job losses .We have another report that says ,losses accelerated as far as jobs concers.So there was accountable little of place come to these jobs report but the governemt will be out tomorrow morning .I'll actually get to see the numbers to see what things look like for January.But keep in mind January last year,we lost 741,thousand jobs .So the idea of adding I'll see, that would be putting us back to the right direction ,still not  enough but still going to the right direction.Got it.I just thought some  .Did I say you were at the New York Sokee City ,did I say you were in New York. I don't know ,but I know it's confusing now but I've been in New York.OK.You are right . Exactly ,just want to make that appointment again ,because it's usually it's like that just got words  off my tone.All right Stepheny , appriciate it .
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[Homework]CNN 2010-02-12

Boy,just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any  worse just moments ago,world of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims.The Labor Department says new claims the unenployment trorenscrolls by 8 thousand to 48 thousand,That's fourth increase in just past five weeks.And if you think that 's bad,it gets even worse,Government in-fold coming out tomorrow may show job losses in this horrible recession were undercounted by close to millions jobs.Stephane Illand joining us from New york.So Stephanie,where is this undercounted in-fold coming from?Oh it comes from the government,Carol,and it's for a lot of people out there and just people on main street, i am sure they are going,yeah,no doubt,we knew this this is a way worse in recession when it came to jobs that a lot of people were saying.So what's going on hereis the loking at the period that started in April 2008 going through March 2009.And the beureau of labor statistic usually does this,they go back and they regeger the number of a little bit to find out what is was,so saying that another 824000 jobs were lost during that period that's more than the current estimate.The government's current reading that dring that period we lost 4.8 million jobs.so this revision will actually put us a 5.6 millions jobs that would be lost during that period.It's large revision in some 30 years.Now the reason why they had to do this because as the monthly debt was coming out they say some information is just not available.Maybe some start in job in the middle of the year,maybe a business went out of business during that period and they are all the factors into this statistics.So now they can take all that information to get together and do this normally ,when it has to revise number.it is a small change.but that 12 months period,carol,as you remember was anything but normal.it was huge.It's when we went to the blank of another depression obviously because of taht it was unusually situation that's why you see number pop of there so much that would take us to a new estimate of aloss of about 8million jobs since recession began which was in Dec.2007. so obviously a lot more pain out there than we realized were dealing with during the time.
We should talk a little bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.
Yes tomorrow's big job's report will get the jan.numbers ,i can tell you that the unenployment rate is expected to stay at 10 percent.However as far as jobs being lost or added analysts expect that we  should add 13000 jobs.but i should point out that there's been a lot of discrepancy.You got one group saying that we actually should see a slowing down in job losses,and we have another report says losses accelerated as far as jobs are concerned.So it is,kind of all over the place when it comes to the job but government will be out tomorrow morning and actually get us to see the number what things look like for january.but keep in mind january last year,we lost 741000 jobs.So the idea adding,i'll say that would be putting the spec into the right direction.still not enough,but still going into right direction.got it.i just thought of something,did i say you were New York stockshsare or did i say you were new york?i dont know but i it's confusing now.but i'am in new york,ok,right exactly ,i just want to make that point again because usually it's just like got rolls my tongue.All right,Stepnanie we appreciate it.

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Boy, just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse, just moments ago, word of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims, the Labor Department says, new claims for unemployment insurance rose by 8,000 to 480,000. That's the fourth increase in just the past 5 weeks, and if you think that's bad, it gets even worse, government info coming out tomorrow may show job losses in this horrible recession were undercounted by close to a million jobs. Stephenie Evan join us from New York, so Stephanie, where's this undercounting info coming from?

Well, I guess, it's coming from the government, Kara, and it's for a lot of people out there, just people on main street, I 'm sure they are going, yeah, no doubt, we knew these. This is a way worse recession when it came to jobs, and a lot of people were saying. So, what's going on here is the looking at the period that started in April 2008, going through March of 2009, and the Bureau of  Labor Statitics usually does this, they go back and they rejigger the number a bit to find out what it was, so saying that another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period. That's more than the current estimate and the government's current reading is that during that period we have lost 4.8 million jobs. So this revision will actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be lost in that period. It's the largest revision in some 30 years. Now, the reason why they had to do this is because as monthy debt was coming out, they say, some information was just not available. Maybe someone started a job in the middle of the year, maybe a business went out of business during that period, and that are all factors into the statistics. So now they can take all that information and put it together and do this. Normally when they have to revise number, it's a small change, but that 12-month period, Kara, as you remeber, was anything but normal. It was huge. It's when we went to the brink of another depression. So obiviously, because that it was an unusual situation. That's why you see the number popped up there so much. That will take us to a new estimate of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession began, which was in December 2007. So obiviously a lot more pain out there than we realized we were dealing with during the time.

We should talk a bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.

Yes, tomorrow's big jobless report will get the Jan. numbers. I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%, however, as far as jobs being lost or added, analyst expect that we should add 13,000 jobs, but I should point out that there's been a lot of discrepancy, you got one group saying that we actuall should see a slowing down in job loss, we have another report that says loss is accelerated as far as jobs are concern. So it is kind of all over the place when it comes to the job report, but the government will be out tomorrow morning and will actually get us to see that numbers to see what things look like for Jannuary. But keep in mind, Jan. of last year, we lost 741,000 jobs. So, the idea of adding, I'll say, that will be putting us back to the right direction, still not enough, but still going the right direction.

Got it. I just thought of something. Did i say that you were at the New York Stock Exchange, or did I say you were in New York?

I don't know, but I, it's kind of confusing now. But I am in New York.

OK. Right. Exactly. I just wanna make that point again because usually it's like that it just got rolls off my tongue. All rihgt, Stephanie,  we appreciate it.
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[Homework]CNN 2010-02-12

本帖最后由 harry2314 于 2010-2-12 12:26 编辑

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Boy,just when you thought the job situation couldn't get any worse.Just moments ago,a word of unexpected jump in first-time jobless claims,the Labor Department says,new claims for unemployment torrents rose by 8,000 to 480,000,that's a fourth increase in just the past five weeks.

And if you think that's bad,it gets even worse.Government Info. come out tomorrow may show job losses in this horrible recession were undercounted by close to 1,000,000 jobs.Stefanie Ylem,join us from N.Y.This is Stefanie.

Where is this undercounting Info. coming from?

Well,it's coming from the government,Kyra .And for a lot of people out there,or just people on main street,I'm they are going..Yeah,no doubt..
We knew this.This is a way worse recession when it came to jobs and a lot of people were saying.

And so what's going on here is to looking at the period,that start in April 2008,going through March of 2009.And the Bureau of Labor Statics usually does this.They go back and they rejigger the number a bit to find out what was.So saying that another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period.

That's more than current estimate and that the government current reading is that during that period we've lost 4.8 million jobs.So this revision would actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be lost during that period.So the largest revision in some 30 years.

Now the reason why they had to do this is because as the monthly date was coming out,they say some information just was not available.Maybe someone start a job in the middle of the year,maybe a business man out of business during that period.And that all affect into their statics,so now they can take all that information and put it together and do this.

Normally when they have to revised number,it's a small change.But that twelve-month period,Kyra,as you remember,was anything but normal.It was huge,it's when we were into the break of another depression.So obviously,because of that,it was unusual situation and that's why you see the number pop up there so much.That will take us to a new estimate of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession began which was in December 2007.

So obviously a lot more pain out there and then we realized what we're dealing with during the time.You should talk about a little bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report.

Yes,tomorrow's the big job support,will get the January numbers.I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%.However,as far as jobs being lost added,and it's expected that we should add 13,000 jobs.

But I should point out,there's been a lot of discrepancy.You get one group saying that we actually should see slowing down in job losses and we have another report that says loss is accelerated as far as job is concerned.So there is a kind of all  over the place when it comes to jobs support.But the government will be out tomorrow morning and we will actually get to see the numbers and see what things look like for January.

But keep in mind,January of last year,we lost 741,000 jobs.So the idea of adding,I will see,that would be putting us back to the right direction,still not enough,but still going the right direction.

Got it.I just thought some,did I say you were the N.Y...  ,did I say you were in N.Y?

I don't know,but I know,it's confusing now.But I'm in N.Y.

OK,you are right.Exactly,I just want to make that point again.Because usually it's like that a ..rolls over my tongue.


All right.Stefanie,appreciate it...

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Boy,just when you thought the job couldn’t get any worse, just moments ago, word of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims. A Labor Department says, new claims for unemployment insurance rose by 8000 to 480,000. That’s a fourth increase in just the past five weeks. And if you think that’s bad, it gets even worse. Government info coming out tomorrow may show job losses is a horrible recession were undercounted by close to a million jobs. Stephanie Ellen joining us from New York.

Stephanie, where is this undercounting info coming from? It’s coming from the government, Carel. And that’s for a lot of people out there, just people on the main street,I’m sure they‘re going,yet ,no doubt. We knew this. That’s a way worse recession。When it came to jobs, then a lot of people will say. So what’s going on here,it’s to looking at the period that started in April 2008 going through march of 2009. And the bureau of the labor statistics usually does this, they go back and they rejigle the number a bit to find out what it was. So saying that another 824,000 jobs were lost during that period. That’s more than the current estimate. The government current reading is that during that period we’ve lost 4.8 million jobs, this is revision what actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be lost during that periods of the largest revision in some 30 years. Now, the reason why they had do this, because as the monthly dead was coming out, they say some information just was not available. Maybe someone started a job in the middle of the   year, maybe a business went out of a business during that period and that all affected into the statistics. So now they can take all that information and put it together and do this. Normally, when they have to revise the number, it’s a small change but that 12 month period. Carel, as remember was anything but normal. It was huge it’s when we went to the brink of another depression. Obviously because of that it was an unusual situation and that’s why you see the number pop up there so much that would take us to a new estimate of loss of about 8 million jobs since recession began which was in December 2007. So obviously, a lot of more payout there than we realize we were dealing with during the time.

Should talk a little bit more about what we expect from the tomorrow’s report. Yes, tomorrow’s the big job loss report. We’ll get the January numbers. I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10%. However, as far as the jobs being loss added and we should expects that we should add 13,000 jobs, but I should point out that there’s been a lot of discrepancy, you’ve got, one group, that we actually should see a slowing down in job losses. We have another report that says the losses accelerated as far as job concerns. So it’s kind of all over the place when it come to the job report. But the government will be out tomorrow morning, and actually get to see the numbers to see what things look like for January. We keep in mind January last year, we lost 741,000 jobs. So the idea of adding, I’ll say that would be putting us back to the right direction, still not enough, but still going to the right direction.

Got it. I just thought something. Did I say you were in the New York stock **or did I say you were in New York? I don’t know. But I know it’s confusing now. But I’m in the New York. Ok. You’re right. I just wana make that point again cause usually it’s like it that just got rose up my tongue. Stephanie, appreciate it.
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Boy,just when you thought the job situation could get any worse,just a minute's ago,were even unexpected jump and jobless claims,so Labour Department says,you claim for any employment to transport by 8000 to 480000.As a forth increase in just past 5 weeks, and if you think that's bad worse,got a minute,come out for a job losses full board recession were undercounted by close to million jobs.Stephon where is the undercoming in  coming.Well,it's coming from the goverment,Cario.A lot of people work there a just go and no doubt.We knew this ,this's a worse way of recession,we come the jobs and a lot of people were sain  ,what's going on here is the period that start in April 2008 and going to March 2009.And the burial of usually statistics does it,go back and regeem the number number obey to find out what it was,824000jobswere lost during that period.We lost 4.8million jobs this's revision,what she putas 5.6million jobs.Would be lost in that period is the largest revision during 30 years.Now the reason why we should do this because as the mounty dead was coming out is some information was just available and some started jobs in the middle,maybe a businessman out of business during that period and affected the statistics,so that all information to put it together,normally when they have to revise small change,but that all coming as remember was anything but normal,it was huge went into the bring and other depressions.So obviously,because of that ,it was unusual situation that 's why you see number of that.so new   a lot of about 8 million jobs since recession again,December,2007.so obviously a lot of pain there we realize that time.
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Boy ,just when you thought the job situation could get  any worse?Just moments ago,word  of an unexpected jump in first time jobless claims .A Labor Department says ,you claims for unemployment insurance rose by 8 thousand to 480 thousand.That's a fourth increase in just the past five weeks.And if you think that's bad,it gets even worse .Government in-phone  coming out tomorrow ,make sure job losses in this phone-boss session were under counted by close to a million jobs.
*** draw us this from New York. So *** ,where is this under counting in -phone coming from? Well,as coming from the government ,C** ,and it for a lot of people out there,just people on main street .I'm sure they are going,yep,no doubt .We knew this.This is a little a way worth recession . When it came to jobs, then a lot of people would say,so what's going on here .It's  to looking at the period that's started in April 2008 going through March of 2009.And the bureau of the labor statistics usually does this.They go back and they redue the number abid  to find out what was .So saying that another 824 thousand jobs were lost during  that period.
That's more than the current estimate  that  government could read in ,is that during that period we've lost 4.8 million jobs ,this revision .What actually put us at 5.6 million jobs that would be  lost during that periods of the largest revision ,some 30 years. Now the reason whey they had to do this is because  as the monthly dead was coming out ,they say,some information just was not  available.Maybe someone started a job in the middle of the year. Maybe a business went out a business during that period and that all affected into the statistics. So now they can take all that informantion and put it together and do this .Normally when they have to revise number ,it's a small change but that 12- month period ,Carel ,as we remember,was anything but normal.It was huge it's when we went to the brink of another depression .So obviously because of that it was an unusual situation that's why you see the number pop up there  so much that will take us to a new estimate  of a loss of about 8 million jobs since the recession began which was in December 2007.So obviously a lot more pay out there than we  realize we're dealing with during the time.We should talk a bit more about what we expect from tomorrow's report. Yes,tomorrow's  the big job loss report .We'll get the January numbers .I can tell you that the unemployment rate is expected to stay at 10% .However,as far as jobs being lost added and we should expect that we should add 13 thousand jobs but I should point out  that there's been a lot of discrapency, you've got ,one group thing , that we actually should see a slowing down in  job losses .We have another report that says ,losses accelerated as far as jobs concers.So there was accountable little of place come to these jobs report but the governemt will be out tomorrow morning .I'll actually get to see the numbers to see what things look like for January.But keep in mind January last year,we lost 741,thousand jobs .So the idea of adding I'll see, that would be putting us back to the right direction ,still not  enough but still going to the right direction.Got it.I just thought some  .Did I say you were at the New York Sokee City ,did I say you were in New York. I don't know ,but I know it's confusing now but I've been in New York.OK.You are right . Exactly ,just want to make that appointment again ,because it's usually it's like that just got words  off my tone.All right *** , appriciate it .
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