Today, we have incredible news that our unemployment rate has fallen to 4.2% – a level experts didn’t expect us to achieve until 2024.
We’ve created 588,000 jobs per month on average this year – a record.
America is back to work, and our jobs recovery is going strong.
As I said today in Charlotte: our investments in public transit aren’t complicated. For many Americans who use public transportation, they spend more time commuting than they should. That’s time they could be spending with friends, family, running errands—or just relaxing.
Today I’m in Charlotte, North Carolina with @SecretaryPete to talk about the investments we’re making in public transit and jobs. With our Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, we are making the largest investment in public transit in our nation's history.
The National Space Council met to discuss our priorities, including building up our STEM workforce, addressing the climate crisis, and promoting rules and norms that govern space. It's my belief that our work in space, will benefit the American people, and all of humanity.
Hanukkah is one of our family's favorite holidays. Every year, our family—like so many around our world—gathers to reflect on the lessons of the Hanukkah story: the power of the people, the possibility of the future.
To those celebrating with us, Happy Hanukkah.
Yesterday I had the honor of swearing in Jonathan Kaplan as our new Ambassador to the Republic of Singapore. Ambassador Kaplan will bring decades of proven leadership to the role as he works to build on our partnership with Singapore.
Tonight, we are grieving for the three young people killed in Oxford, Michigan after a terrible school shooting. As we gather new information about what happened, the @SecondGentleman and I are thinking of the family, friends, and loved ones of those lost.
Today, Josephine Baker becomes the first American-born, first Black woman, and first entertainer to be inducted into the Panthéon. As a civil rights activist and World War II resistance fighter, she shined on stage and off. May her memory continue to inspire future generations.
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