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Paul Ryan Nov 11
I am shaken by the sudden loss of Damon Nelson, staff director of the House Intelligence Committee. Damon was a dedicated public servant and a truly kind and genuine person. We are praying for his wife and family at this tragic time.
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Paul Ryan Nov 11
Those who fought for freedom are never forgotten. To all our veterans and their families on this , thank you for your service and sacrifice.
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Paul Ryan Nov 10
Whenever our nation needs you, you are there—first, last, and always. To all Marines and to your families: thank you!
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Paul Ryan Nov 10
Happy 243rd birthday ! Thank you to all Marines who have served our country.
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Paul Ryan Nov 6
Replying to @SpeakerRyan
2 years ago, Republicans presented a to get the country back on track. It's working: ✔ Wages are rising at their fastest rate in 9 years. ✔ The economy is on track to grow at its fastest rate in 13 years. ✔ Unemployment is the lowest it’s been in 48 years.
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Paul Ryan Nov 6
7 million. That’s how many job openings there are across the country—more jobs than people seeking them. That forces companies to pay higher wages and benefits to attract workers.
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Paul Ryan Nov 6
RT if you agree → single-payer, government-run health care would be a disaster. We need to save the current Medicare program for those in or near retirement, not raid it for a new entitlement.
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Paul Ryan Nov 3
Yesterday’s jobs report was unquestionably positive: Wages rising, more Americans joining the labor force, and new jobs being created. These great numbers matter—they’re making a real difference in the daily lives of Americans working to get ahead:
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Chicago Sun-Times Nov 2
The unemployment rate for Americans of Hispanic or Latino ethnicity fell to 4.4 percent in October, the lowest recorded level for this group since 1973. Here are some other changes to U.S. employment: .
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CBS News Nov 2
Businesses hired 250,000 workers in October as wages rose most in 9 years
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POLITICO Nov 2
Breaking: Economy added 250,000 jobs in October, up from 118,000 in September
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PBS NewsHour Nov 2
Wages are finally ticking up. Here’s why (via )
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ABC News Nov 2
NEW: U.S. employers added 250,000 jobs last month and raised average pay by the most in nearly a decade.
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The Wall Street Journal Nov 2
Wages increased last month and advanced 3.1% from a year earlier, the best year-over-year gain for average hourly earnings since 2009
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House Ed & Workforce Nov 2
Americans are , but don’t just take our word for it. See what others are saying about the October jobs report.
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Paul Ryan Nov 2
All this economic progress is a testament to what Americans—families, workers, and business owners alike—can achieve when government empowers them to succeed rather than getting in the way.
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Aparna Mathur Nov 2
Tremendous job gains, increase in labor force participation, and wages growing at 3.1 percent. Real improvements all around. Check out our updated infographic:
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FOX Business Nov 2
: U.S. employers added a better-than-expected 250,000 jobs in October. The unemployment rate remained at 3.7 percent, the lowest rate in nearly 50 years, while the labor force participation rate increased to 62.9 percent.
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James Pethokoukis Nov 2
🚀 A very boomy October jobs report. A beat on payrolls, 250k. 3.7% jobless rate. 3.1% on wages. Participation rate up 0.2 to 62.9%.
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Neil Irwin Nov 2
Man, this is a really great jobs report. The job market is firing on all cylinders: Strong job growth (esp for this stage of expansion), wages rising faster, more people in labor force.
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