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President Biden
 @POTUS
Today, the nation’s unemployment rate fell to 3.9%. That’s the sharpest one year drop in unemployment in U.S. history.
07 Jan, 04:41 PM UTC
President Biden
 @POTUS
Record job creation. Record unemployment declines. Record increase in people in the labor force. The Biden economic plan is working — and it is getting America back to work.
07 Jan, 05:16 PM UTC
The White House
 @WhiteHouse
Economic Update: -Unemployment rate fell to 3.9%, a rate we weren't projected to hit until 2026 before passing the American Rescue Plan -6.4 million jobs created, the most in any year since 1939 -The economy has regained 84% of jobs lost in the pandemic
07 Jan, 02:48 PM UTC
Rep. Don Beyer
 @RepDonBeyer
Two tweets from @GOP about an identical 3.9% unemployment rate. https://t.co/slMQUUWCCh
07 Jan, 06:18 PM UTC
Tom Nichols
 @RadioFreeTom
Unemployment, with everything that's happened around us, is 3.9 percent. Americans will find a way to think this is a disaster.
07 Jan, 04:02 PM UTC
Aaron Rupar
 @atrupar
Fox News is framing a jobs report with ~200k new jobs and an unemployment rate of 3.9 percent as a disaster for Biden. But let's review what they said about similar jobs reports during the Trump years. 🧵 https://t.co/pJHd715S2W
07 Jan, 05:19 PM UTC
Charles V Payne
 @cvpayne
Breaking News: (ANOTHER) HUGE MISS ON JOBS NUMBER December payroll only 199,000 missing consensus by more than 50%. There will be cherry-picking and lipstick applied -Pres Biden so point to Hispanic unemployment rate but not mention 96,000 left labor force. Something is wrong
07 Jan, 01:43 PM UTC
Jaime Harrison, DNC Chair
 @harrisonjaime
Folks, let’s get one thing straight: the news that today’s unemployment rate has hit 3.9% is HISTORIC. It’s the fastest single-year decline in unemployment in our country's history. That’s the Biden Boom.
07 Jan, 05:45 PM UTC
Angry Staffer
@Angry_Staffer
While you’re reading all the breathless articles about how the US economy “only” added 199,000 jobs, it’s worth remembering: - just had largest yearly job increase ever - unemployment hit pandemic low of 3.9% - most job reports have been adjusted WAY up
07 Jan, 01:55 PM UTC
Jesse Lee
 @JesseLee46
How CNN covered Trump going below 4% unemployment vs how they are covering Biden going below 4%. Trump inherited 5% and took two years to get there. Biden inherited 6.2% and got there in a year. The jobs report today was better than the jobs report under Trump. https://t.co/6H15caXYOP
07 Jan, 03:25 PM UTC
Eric Boehlert
 @EricBoehlert
12 months ago the unemployment rate was 6.7% today, 3.9% we've never seen anything like this in US history. if Biden were Republican, press would put him on Mt Rushmore
07 Jan, 06:16 PM UTC
Aaron Rupar
 @atrupar
when the unemployment rate is 3.9 under Trump during normal times vs. when the unemployment rate is 3.9 under Biden during a global pandemic https://t.co/CvRowv9d8W
07 Jan, 04:11 PM UTC
The White House
 @WhiteHouse
Without the American Rescue Plan, experts predicted we would not reach a 3.9% unemployment rate until 2026. Today, we hit that number 4 years earlier than expected. @WhiteHouse's photo on Unemployment
07 Jan, 05:00 PM UTC
Jesse Lee
 @JesseLee46
6.4 million jobs created in one year: a new record Unemployment rate drop from 6.2% to 3.9%: a new record This was the greatest jobs growth year in modern American history, and it’s not even close.
07 Jan, 02:32 PM UTC
Nancy Pelosi
 @SpeakerPelosi
Today’s jobs report shows that the Biden #BuildBackBetter economy is working. Under Democrats’ leadership, America is getting back to work – with the largest calendar year drop in unemployment in history to 3.9 percent and a record 6.4 million jobs created.
07 Jan, 05:37 PM UTC
zerohedge
@zerohedge
Black unemployment rate jumped to 7.1% from 6.5%. Fed failing its equality mandate.
07 Jan, 02:08 PM UTC
Brian Tyler Cohen
 @briantylercohen
When Trump hit 3.9% unemployment vs. when Biden hit 3.9% unemployment https://t.co/V4dEBhDYa1
07 Jan, 05:52 PM UTC
Ronald Klain
 @WHCOS
Take a minute to consider how significant this is. Before the Rescue Plan, we were on track to have unemployment above 4% all the way until 2026. Now, it's here -- already. https://t.co/dyfPIralEG
07 Jan, 05:11 PM UTC
Rep. Don Beyer
 @RepDonBeyer
Two tweets from @GOPLeader about an identical 3.9% unemployment rate. https://t.co/jPwVHC2WSK
07 Jan, 06:37 PM UTC
Jaime Harrison, DNC Chair
 @harrisonjaime
.@GOPChairwoman and I actually agree for once -- 3.9% unemployment is GREAT news for our economy and workforce! https://t.co/T1cOrJtuvK
07 Jan, 04:33 PM UTC
Tristan Snell
@TristanSnell
Unemployment is at 3.9% - historically low. For the @nytimes to say “the economy stumbled” is misinformation and a gross breach of journalistic standards. It must be retracted and corrected immediately. https://t.co/OK1CAmbB8T
07 Jan, 05:26 PM UTC
Rep. Don Beyer
 @RepDonBeyer
Two tweets from @GOPChairwoman about an identical 3.9% unemployment rate. https://t.co/yJLb76cnFh
07 Jan, 06:31 PM UTC
Rep. Don Beyer
 @RepDonBeyer
Two tweets from @SenateGOP about an identical 3.9% unemployment rate. https://t.co/fuw0o68Lm5
07 Jan, 06:47 PM UTC
Rep. Don Beyer
 @RepDonBeyer
Two tweets from @HouseGOP about an identical 3.9% unemployment rate. https://t.co/5e2HLtPeSS
07 Jan, 06:50 PM UTC
Rep. Don Beyer
 @RepDonBeyer
Two tweets from @WaysandMeansGOP about an identical 3.9% unemployment rate. https://t.co/Tn4VFHQVr5
07 Jan, 06:54 PM UTC
What Biden Has Done
@What46HasDone
I am begging people to stop embarrassing themselves like this. The unemployment rate is based off of a survey the government conducts. It has nothing to do with whether or not people are receiving unemployment benefits. https://t.co/vIwbDIBPYW
07 Jan, 03:16 PM UTC
Edward Hardy
 @EdwardTHardy
3.9% unemployment rate under Donald Trump vs 3.9% unemployment rate under Joe Biden https://t.co/b4C4KOkblH
07 Jan, 07:00 PM UTC
Joaquin Castro
 @JoaquinCastrotx
Amid the pandemic, American jobs are on the rise. 6.4 million jobs added — averaging 537,000 created per month in 2021. 3.9% unemployment rate — a historic low that wasn’t expected until 2026. This is what #BuildBackBetter looks like: opportunities for all Americans.
07 Jan, 07:34 PM UTC
William E. Spriggs
@WSpriggs
Today, unlike for the broader labor market, the Black unemployment rate went up from 6.5 to 7.1% it fell for high school dropouts from 5.5 to 5.2% and for high school grads to 4.6% The weakness in hiring Black workers means employers are NOT desperate @AFLCIO 1/2
07 Jan, 07:22 PM UTC
Porter Anderson
 @Porter_Anderson
Media: @JohnJHarwood to @brikeilarcnn: The @JoeBiden admin "keeps waiting for a month with a big blowout jobs number, but understanding that given the misses, month after month, we're likely to get revisions up later. The unemployment rate is good, labor participation steady." @Porter_Anderson's photo on Unemployment
07 Jan, 04:01 PM UTC