By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent Worthy News
The job figure is a sharp drop from the vast gains recorded earlier in the summer, despite the Biden administration spending trillions on stimulus payments and other give-always.
But critical entrepreneurs say the $1,400 stimulus checks backed by President Biden discouraged people from working in lower-paying jobs such as in restaurants or grocery branches.
They also fear that a sharp increase in coronavirus cases and reported rising COVID-19 death rates will lead to more restrictions.
Despite little signs of improvements, there have been talks of raising another $800 billion in taxes, enough money for the federal government to finance two $1,400 stimulus checks.
They would be similar to the those most Americans received in the whopping $1.9 trillion Biden stimulus law during the coronavirus pandemic.
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