More people are likely to be working to support food spending
A White House aide says the latest jobs report shows supply chains continue to recover from the pandemic.
“When people enter the workforce, it means they have money to spend on groceries, but we recognize that food prices are a challenge and the President is doing what he can to try and sort that out.” of inflation,” she says.
According to Rouse, President Biden is focused on policies that benefit rural communities and promote job growth.
“Last year, 2021, more jobs were created in rural communities than any other year in the last two decades,” she adds.
Hourly wages have risen 5.5 percent over the past year, still not enough to cover the rising costs of inflation.
Rouse credits America’s bailout plan, efforts in the ports, and other government support for helping job growth.
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