MAGAnomics: ADP Private Payrolls Increased 227,000 Jobs – BLS Private Sector Wage Growth 3.1%…

More fantastic MAGAnomic numbers today to bolster the great news from yesterday.  ADP/Moody’s private payroll analysis shows 227,000 jobs gained in October, and September’s revised actual payroll numbers increased from 218k to 230k.

The ADP hiring analysis reflects continued strong jobs growth across the U.S. with private sector employment increasing by 227,000 jobs in October.  This exceeds the earlier projections where analysts were expecting 189,000 new jobs added during the month.

The October payroll increase was the highest since February 2018.   Additionally, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released their latest employment cost summary today showing overall wage growth in September of 2.8% year-over-year.

(Table 8 – Link)

BLS release:  Private sector wages and salaries increased 3.1 percent for the 12-month period ending in September 2018 and increased 2.6 percent in September 2017.  [See tables A, 5, 9, and 12.]

Under the previous economic policies, and the prior administration, wage increases were non-existent even during the economic recovery.  However, with the MAGAnomic focus on Main Street, the economy is expanding at a greater rate and absorbing all available workers.  The unemployment rate is now at 3.7 percent, the lowest since 1969, and wage pressures have been building significantly since the 2nd quarter of 2018.

As the ADP payrolls show, there are massive amounts of new jobs being created each month as investment flows back into the U.S. and American manufacturing is fired up with President Trump’s MAGA “magic wand.”


“Complicated business folks…. Complicated business”…


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110 Responses to MAGAnomics: ADP Private Payrolls Increased 227,000 Jobs – BLS Private Sector Wage Growth 3.1%…

  1. irish19 says:

    Love it!! No wonder zero is trying to claim credit for the economy.

    Liked by 15 people

  2. Steven says:

    This is what America is about, babe!

    Now we need to tackle the education issue or else we would continue to lose future generations that could not achieve even more than us.

    Liked by 18 people

  3. D says:

    I’m expecting a 2020 blow out. I work and live in Massachusetts and all of my co workers (around 50) are huge democrats, but they all are LOVING their 401ks right now. And most are giving Trump credit. I think a lot of them will secretly be voting for Trump in 2020.

    Liked by 25 people

  4. MelH says:

    I wish that video would get played, by law, on EVERY TV channel. Also the blitz of GOP ads running on FOX needs to be running on ALL channels, but I’ll bet the left isn’t money-hungry enough to run it on the other channels. DOGS!

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Elizabeth Carter says:

    Another Great Republican Ad. President Trump does not say anything negative about his opponents. He lets them trash themselves and they do a wonderful job of it.
    God Bless President Trump
    God Bless America

    Liked by 15 people

  6. Since Richard Nixon. Who the democrats destroyed. Awful people those democrats.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Paul says:

      Nixon was the father of globalism. He took us off the gold standard and opened the door to China. Gold was $35 ounce then. The adults were already complaining about inflation. It all went downhill from there.


    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      A childhood memory. I cannot recall seeing this kind of campaign material elsewhere.

      But in my home, we had these sheets of paper – lie copier paper – and printed on it, it said, “If Nixon’s the one, will you be one?” There was a cartoon/silhouette of a long line of people at the unemployment window. This was McGovern campaign – the first one (1972).

      I remember it well because after the election, we took it all for us kids to use to write and draw on.


  7. fleporeblog says:

    There is absolutely nothing they can do to slow the Economic Train down! These numbers are staggering and everyday Americans are feeling it in their wallets.

    I listen to Bloomberg Radio each day I drive to and from work. The Economists are truly convinced that by 2020, we are going to have a recession. I absolutely laugh my a$$ off every time I hear these MORONS talk about the Economy.

    Yesterday’s incredible Consumer Confidence Index coupled with this news today tells me that once again these MORONS will be proven wrong. Never forget that 70% of our real GDP comes from consumer spending. With Confidence at an 18 year high and real wages starting to go up, that means more and more spending which means our GDP rate will continue to remain in the 3% to 4% territory.

    By 2020, we will have the Infrastructure in place to open up the valves in our Energy Production. Factories will continue to come home in anticipation. MAGAnomics hasn’t seen anything yet. Our President is priming the Economic Train for 5%+ Annual real GDP.

    Liked by 21 people

    • Mark Reither says:

      Bloomberg is one of the most ‘biased’ business news services. The CNN of business info…

      Liked by 3 people

    • Bugsdaddy says:

      Fle…….have you found any estimates of how many people are being pulled into jobs from the “not looking for work, not counted as unemployed” category?

      I think that number must be huge over the past 12 months.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Yes and controlled immigration will help on several fronts:
      Better wages
      Improved labor participation
      Reduced Federal deficits as more workers equals higher tax revenues and less need for outlays on unemployment, food stamps etc.
      Better balance between social security revs and benefits paid.

      WINNING on all fronts!

      Liked by 4 people

    • nightmare on k st says:

      one of the few things the Globalist still control is the US stock market, other countries are already leading into this Bear Market Recession, figured as 20% down from high, a “correction” is officially 10% down from top

      China’s Hang Seng is down 25%
      Germany’s DAX is lower now than ALL of 2017 & 2018, down 15%
      UK FTSE is lower than ALL 2017, down some 9%
      USA the Dow, S&P and NASDAQ have all hit 10% down recently

      just like the Federal Reserve doesn’t need to have inflation to raise rates, the stock market does not have to be in a bad economy to have a stock market decline

      the Globalist have a Large Tool Kit

      Liked by 3 people

    • I think I heard it from Lance Roberts. Historically speaking we should strive for less than 60% of the economy to be consumer spending. In addition we need to increase our savings rates. Both of those scenarios would stifle inflation as wages rise.

      Liked by 3 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      NAFTA was 1995. It was not until 1999 that you see manufacturing jobs drop. And they dropped big time. Almost in half. We have not gotten anywhere back to that level.

      Our manufacturing will have to slowly ramp up. So, this is just the start.

      Liked by 6 people

      • fleporeblog says:

        Just a start is absolutely right! Great 👍 days are ahead of us.


      • G. Combs says:

        US Census figures – – – – – – – 1970 – – – – – – – – – 1996 or 2006
        Total Population – – – – – -137,085,000 – – – – – – 304,059,724
        labor – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 82,771,000 – – – – – 133,662,000
        government – – – – – – – – 12,320,637 – – – – – – 22,543,000
        Manufacturing – – – – – – – 19,864,209 – – – – – – – 13,632,000 (1996)
        Education – – – – – – – – – – 6,079,968 – – – – – – – – 3,215,000 (1996)

        Notice that the population almost tripled, government workers doubled while the # of manufacturing jobs DECREASED AND the number of teachers was HALVED.

        These numbers are straight from the US census.

        Liked by 1 person

        • G. Combs says:

          I forgot to add this from my old notes:
          As percentage of work force from the above Census figures: (Education is % of the population)
          …………………In 1970……In 2006
          Manufacturing…24.0%…..10.2% (1996)
          Education………..4.4%…….1.1% (1996)
          Government……14.9%…….16.9% (FED)
          Welfare (not SS)…??……….7.2%

          Manufacturing as of june 2010 11,670,000 7.58%
          Total population 301,237,703
          labor force 153,989,802

          lost ANOTHER 1,962,000 manufacturing jobs from 1996 to 2010.

          We have less than half the manufacturing jobs, a quarter of the education jobs per capita but 24% of the labor force is now eating at the government trough. (The welfare numbers have those over 65 subtracted out)

          If you count direct government employees plus lawyers, teachers, accounting and other government related jobs about 25% of our labor forces is directly or indirectly dealing with government bureaucracy

          Liked by 1 person

    • Red Tsunami! says:

      2020 recession is in their dreams. Tank the economy and win the presidency in 2020? Not gonna happen. Like tank the markets and win the midterms. Not gonna happen.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Stillwater says:

      I wonder how the hurricanes are affection the building of the LNG export terminals. I believe about 4-6(don’t remember the exact figure) more terminals were supposed to be completed sometime in 2019.

      Liked by 1 person

  8. I’ll ask again. How in the name of Howard Hughes can ALL these factors and more be at or near record positive numbers and GDP for the third quarter declined .7? Me thinks we are be lied to again to try and influence an election or promote a narrative. Still waiting for an answer. Someone please explain it to me. Flep? Sundance? Anyone?

    Liked by 3 people

  9. My husband was one of the 227,000!


    Liked by 20 people

  10. talker2u says:

    “I hate this!”
    — Debbie Downer Democrat

    Liked by 2 people

  11. bosscook says:

    Economy rocketing and illegal invasion being stopped. End of story for the Dems.

    Liked by 4 people

  12. Ryan H. says:

    For an update that a few Treepers requested at my last posting, I just earned my CDL-A on the 25th, and have several large and small trucking companies vying to hire me. I am researching them all and will be employed by this time next month.
    I am looking at leasing a new truck, as my fiance and myself have been forced to live an extremely frugal life for many years, we have very few bills, and leasing will enable me to make far more than as a company guy.
    Also, for the first time in my life, I have invested in the markets. These investments will be added to continually over the years of course.
    We early voted straight Republican yesterday as well.
    Thank God for President Trump, his family, and our American Patriots!

    Liked by 28 people

    • bosscook says:

      Congratulations and so happy to hear the positive stories! Yay!!!


    • LafnH20 says:

      Congratulations, Ryan.

      One bit of advice…
      Head to the nearest Truck Stop and talk to a few (you prolly already have…but just in case) Owner/Ops and Leasers.
      Show them the offers…
      Kick the numbers around.

      Then…. Go!!

      You keep the Rubber side down..
      The Shiny side up..
      And your powder dry!!

      All the Best!!

      See ya… Out There……


      Liked by 12 people

      • Ryan H. says:

        Thanks for the comment and advice.
        My younger brother has been a trucker for 10 years, and is an owner/operator. His situation is different than mine. He loves to spend his money as fast as he makes it and is always struggling. We talked last night and he said that without a doubt, if he hadn’t been so foolish with his spending, and had my situation I do now, he would be taking home after all expenses (including taxes), between $1600-$2500 per week, (always varies) and that I can expect to do that, as my expenses at home are under $1000/month for everything. (His home life expenses are closer to $5k /month with new vehicles and a money spending wife that he spoils, among other things)
        I am thinking I will run as a company guy for 3-12 months to get the feel for everything, and then decide if I want to o the o/o thing.
        No matter what though, I am more excited about working and our future and our countries future than I have been since Regan. It is truly a wonderful time to be alive!

        Liked by 9 people

        • sounds like a smart plan Ryan. Learn the ropes on someone else’s nickel–and take risk when you are better able to judge the pros/cons.
          Re. investing; only a couple of comments. Try for minimal cost mutual funds so that all the earnings come to you, and think through your risk/reward preferences and align investments accordingly, while keeping a cash cushion. Offered as a middle-aged person with fair amount of fin’l expertise, though as always, YMMV 🙂


          Liked by 6 people

          • Ryan H. says:

            TY for the advice. I have been investing in the index funds so far. I will continue to learn and research as much as I can. Investments work best when you continue to invest and grow your stash. That is the plan, and I will stick to it!


        • LafnH20 says:

          YW, Ryan

          I tend to agree with, wisdomtravelletstalkconservative… WTLT… lol

          Learn on someone else nickel. In this business it’s not so much learning what TO do…
          As what NOT to do.

          You sound like you have a terrific start.
          If you’ve an adventurous spirit… you’ll do fine.
          If you’ve also a knack with numbers… you’ll do great!!
          There is a heck of a lot of money to be made…
          All you really have to do..
          is be where you’re ‘sposed to be, when you’re ‘sposed to be there.
          Think ahead. 🤔 Stuff like
          Rush hours.. 🛇
          Not only in traffic but at the Truck Stops.
          Seems everybody wants to do the same thing at the same time.
          Being a little “Contrarian” works wonders many times.

          Make a plan and “Try” to stick to it.
          Be EARLY… If you can.
          Keep the left door closed and the wheels goin round.

          You’ll have money to burn..
          So to speak..😉

          Holler back… Every once in a while…..

          Liked by 1 person

        • trumpismine says:

          I spent a couple years on the road hauling steel and saw where the real money was at hauling over wide and overlong loads. kind of a pain with the permits/ daylight running and escorts, but man was Good money back in the seventies. just when I was ready to buy a new Peterbilt for about a hundred grand jimma carter got elected and killed my dreams. I figure you have at least 6 years to make some hay

          Liked by 1 person

    • Duke of Cumberland says:

      Without trucks, America stops!

      Liked by 5 people

    • Kudos to you, Ryan.
      Pay it forward with your lessons learned.
      You’ll be an inspiration to so many!

      Liked by 5 people

    • talker2u says:

      Drive safe, Ryan, and prosper!

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ryan H., I was discussing this with an owner-operator about a comment made here a month ago about leasing/owning being a crappy deal for the trucker. He told me that as an owner/operator he had to have enough money in the bank at all times to buy a new truck. If his was in the shop he wasn’t making money. Whereas when a trucker is an employee all that is taken care of by the company.
      Now he is an employee and prefers it. But this is very interesting to me. Please comment further as to how you camero your decision.


      • Ryan H. says:

        I can only speak about what I have learned and heard from other truckers, and doing basic research online, etc. I am NOT an expert by any stretch of the imagination.

        With that said, what I have learned is that, as an O/O or Lessee, it is best to go with a brand new truck if you do not have $30k+ in the bank avail. for repairs.
        As you get your paychecks, you put aside a decent amount into your maintenance account, to deal with costs of maintaining and or fixing your truck/trailer. On new trucks, you have pretty good warranties that cover most of the major repairs. It isn’t just the cost of the repairs, but also the amount of time it takes to get the parts and get it fixed that matter as well. You also have to buy fuel, DEF, tires, etc regularly as you go of course. You will still need to pay your weekly payment, even if you are broke down. In my brothers’ case, he pays around $1200/week for his new truck and trailer in payments alone, not including insurance and fuel/DEF, etc. So if he breaks down and it takes 10 days to get repaired, he could lose everything as he would not have been making any money. (Due to him spending everything and not putting much away into his maintenance account.)

        In my case, I have relatively little in the way of mandatory monthly expenses due to having been forced to live extremely frugally the past decade or so. (Thanks Ozero!) If I were to live in my truck with the fiance (soon to be married on Feb. 15th) and no longer have rent to pay, our bills would be under $600 I estimate. Maybe a bit more, but not too much. (Car payment, insurance, cell phones, misc.)

        With that in mind, if I lease a new truck and trailer, pay the same as my brother, (say$5k/month), I would still reliably be able to bring home an additional $5-6k/month after taxes and expenses. This would mean I would still live frugal (make our own food, do laundry and shower in the truck stops, things like that) and would mean that as long as we did not willfully waste our money, we would have zero problems if there was a breakdown,

        If you have a ton of debt I would advise going with a company until you have that situation under control. If you are relatively debt free, and can discipline yourself, you should have no trouble making great money as an O/O or Lessee.

        YMMV. Best wishes. If you have further questions, feel free to ask.

        MAGA!! KAG!!!

        Liked by 1 person

        • LafnH20 says:

          You are (The 2 of You… Congratulations… Again!!) going to do well, Ryan.

          There are Hotels/Motels springing up near “Travel Centers and Touristy spots”.
          I’d recommend using them ..
          from time to time…
          Ahhhhh. A nice warm…
          Jacuzzi 😁

          And many Wal-Mart’s allow big Truck parking…
          Call ahead…😉 to be sure.
          They have an app… 🤓

          Also.. Consider becoming a regular with “Enterprise”

          They pick you up…
          Dontcha know 😉

          Makes taking in the Local sights, sounds and cuisine..💕 quite nice..
          On that 34 hr. Break..
          Just sayin

          Gotta go…
          You be safe..
          Goin thata way!!

          Liked by 1 person

          • Ryan H. says:

            HAHA! Yes indeed. I will definitely make use of those things to make life more enjoyable. The (future) wife will make sure of it I am sure. 🙂

            TY again!



        • G. Combs says:

          “….If I were to live in my truck with the fiance (soon to be married on Feb. 15th)…..”

          Better check that out with the insurance companies. Mine would not allow ANYONE but the DESIGNATED drivers to be in the truck.


    • Pammipoo says:

      If I may? 15 year trucking veteran here. Do NOT lease right out of the gate. Spend a year or two driving first. Get your feet wet and ask LOTS of questions of the O/Os you meet. Then go talk to the OOIDA; they have some free online courses you can take. Only then should you decide if leasing is right for you. Also look into just buying a tractor privately. Leased drivers are slaves to the company. If the company wants you gone, they will starve you for miles until you default. They lose nothing, you lose everything.

      Best of luck to you!

      Liked by 1 person

      • Ryan H. says:


        Thank you for the comment and advice. Very wise counsel. I am not in a hurry to lease or O/O, just want to check out my options. I will keep your words in mind. Thanks again!

        Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      Ryan H. Congradulations!

      Just be very careful out there. Trucking can be a nasty business. Make sure you have a camera WITH A DATE AND TIME STAMP to document any problems with your load. It will save your but. A dash cam and a front and rear cam for documentation will also be of use if you can afford them.
      I think it is Fed Ex that has installed them because they had so many BOGUS damage claims from car drivers who wanted to collect for a one person accident that occurred elsewhere.


  13. Niagara Frontier says:

    Sooner or later the media will have to put these outstanding economic reports at the top of every broadcast. How long can they hide headlines like this from their viewers? Something has got to give.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. PInky1920 says:

    Great Guns!!!!!!

    I can’t fathom the stupidity and/or hatred of those who vote for demonRATS…

    I can only assume they have a death wish for America, and themselves.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kate says:

      PInky, they are destoying themseves and cannot comprehend it, poor schooling, poor reasoning no logic and of course no common sense. Pity them.


  15. 6x47 says:

    I can’t get over the deviousness of Barack Obama’s economic policy, tank the economy for 8 solid years and then **SURPRISE** produce big growth 2 years after leaving office.

    Or, as one Twitter wag put it: “Obama spend 8 years blaming his failures on Bush; now he’s trying to blame Trump’s successes on himself.”

    Liked by 3 people

  16. 6x47 says:

    It occurs to me the “strong economy” President Obama was so proud to leave to President Trump didn’t emerge until after Hillary lost the election. Only when American businesses knew Trump was going to be president with the GOP in control of both houses of Congress did the economic indicators start moving strongly upward.

    Obama’s last 3 months (Nov-Dec ’16-Jan ’17) were really Trump’s first 3 months.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. chojun says:

    I feel like there’s something hidden here in the numbers. Notice how the largest increase in the service sector is in trade/transportation/trucking/etc. Given that transportation is really part of the economic infrastructure of our Nation, and is really the economic lifeblood, it suggests to me that our economy has a LONG way to go in terms of expansion. There’s *huge* demand for transportation of goods and there’s already a shortage in trucking.

    Our economy is going to blow the lid off of world economic production like it has never been seen before. Also any nay/doomsaying by economic forecasters/scholars is bunk. The bottleneck to a supernova-hot economy is actually how crowded the transportation system is and how quickly workers enter the economy.

    Think about that for a bit.

    Eat your hearts out, China.

    Liked by 11 people

    • Bottleneck 2.0 is how much steel and aluminum we must import until we’ve displaced Chinese/other supply under tariff with domestic production.

      Bottleneck 3.0 is the construction capacity constraint on the speed of production and infrastructure (transportation network) expansion.

      Liked by 4 people

      • chojun says:

        Yep exactly – my 2nd thought immediately turned to the massive amount of raw resources we will need in the near future.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Will be interesting to see the pull from industrial investment push infrastructure improvement. There is a fair amount of investable assets sloshing around the globe so capital should be able to finance needed improvements. I’m thinking more private/public partnerships will emerge to fun transportation infrastructure needs, and that plus the push to eliminate excess regulation should allow for quicker time from inception to approval to build for infrastructure.

        BKR, what do you think?

        Liked by 2 people

        • I think you’re exactly right.

          That $4 Trillion in Foreign Profit Repatriation seems to be awaiting the Mid-Term results to see whether Dems might thwart the Trump Agenda or worse, reverse it.

          On the “outside-the-box” path, what if American Industrials do YUGE stock buy-backs at the market-dip prices over the next week or so? They could later resell those shares after the post-election surge, as a substitute for plant-expansion debt. 🤔

          Liked by 1 person

      • I’m building a small chicken house. Ordered 2”x6”x12’ T/G lumber on Sept 25 and it took until Oct 12 to get it. Lumber yards are screaming for delivery truck drivers.
        Building material is flying out of the yards. Lumber mills are now running 2 and 3 shifts to meet demand. So much for Canadain soft wood!

        Liked by 4 people

      • trumpismine says:

        Not too many years ago the price of scrap metal went through the roof because of the demand in…..China! We were actually cutting up old railcars and selling to them b/c it was more $ to be made than repairing those cars. Alum is fairly fast to get in smelt operations but steel is different. Getting a new modern electric furnace in operation takes time. it’s about time to put some heavy tariffs on all the companies and countries that have dumping metal here for decades.
        Machine tool industry is a whole other story as the Japanese and other nations has lured the great our machine makers offshore, learned their secrets and threw them out of their country.
        Buy American is the new way to make it.

        Liked by 3 people

  18. Tom says:

    Something else was happening in 1969 besides record low unemployment,
    Record violence coming from the leftists.
    Hmmmm? I wonder if there is a correlation?

    Liked by 3 people

  19. dobbsfan says:

    Analysis of President Trump’s GREAT economy always revised………….UP!

    Seemed opposite with the previous regime!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Zabadak says:

      Dobbsfan, I’ve made that same comment myself. Obama’s numbers were always revised downward along with the word UNEXPECTED. PT numbers are always revised upward. Let them eat crow! MAGA!!!

      Liked by 5 people

  20. bajawisconsin says:

    It took ten years, but it looks like Obama’s stimulus is finally kicking in… 😁

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Summer says:

    But… but… but the Wall Street Journal just told us that the economy is headed downhill from now on?


  22. Finbar O'Shaunnessey says:

    A previous President who shall remain nameless told us those jobs weren’t coming back. I guess VSGPDJT went out and brought them back anyway.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. bitterlyclinging says:

    The Average 85 IQ crowd cant get and hold a job, they’ll vote for Adam Schiff and San Fran Nan, that’s the constituency the Dems are appealing to this election.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Reloader says:

    I have complained at CTH regarding the situation for older people, and how programs described by the administration may not be much help. Age discrimination is perhaps the easiest to get away with. I have been unemployed and underemployed working as a handyman and doing odd jobs of building maintenance for a long time. I’m one of those who has not looked for work in years and am not considered to be among the unemployed.

    However, I started work today at the first regular job I’ve had in many years. I’ll be doing electrical fabrication, carpentry and improvements in workflow and product quality at Colorado Teardrops, a manufacturer of camping trailers in Boulder, Colorado.

    Liked by 3 people

  25. coltlending says:

    My god these people need to be locked up!!

    If they aren’t, when you get down right to it, how much different has our country become then Iran or Russia?


  26. zozz1 says:

    It is time the big tech companies follow Apple’s lead and start paying dividends to the shareholders. They aren’t baby start-ups anymore…they have oodles of cash. It doesn’t make sense to tell investors to sell shares if they want a payback (from capital gains)…we want to be invested in the companies, and we want a share of the profits as we go along. Other major companies do it…for what reason is tech exempt?


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