In February 2010, 82.6 percent of all jobs in the U.S. were private-sector positions.
These private-sector “solutions” Jindal and others invoke to the problems faced by people of limited means already exist.
Put another way, in July 2012, 83.54 percent of the jobs in the U.S. were private-sector positions.
Compared with a year ago, there are two million more Americans with private-sector payroll jobs.
The creation of 200,000 private-sector jobs in December is nothing to scoff at.
Average compensation for Federal employees is now more than double that of private-sector workers.
The 27 straight months of private-sector job growth isn't a terrible line.
Ironically, the private-sector unions have also suffered politically from the sins of the public sector.
And if private-sector job growth does not improve, voters may punish Obama at the polls.
All of this federal stimulus helped spark a private-sector boom.