The latest employment report from the U.S. Labor Department on Friday showed the jobless rate dropping to 4.7% nationally, with 156,000 jobs being added to American payrolls in December, as the final jobs survey from the Obama Administration presents a blizzard of data that partisans on both sides can cherry pick to their heart's delight.
Let's dig into the numbers. Some are good for the President. Some are not.
Obviously, you can highlight data that will shine a more positive or negative light on this administration in just about any way you want - but these six examples show there remain both good and troubling economic indicators from the two terms of President Obama.