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“Seasonally Adjusted” Unemployment Figures, Explained


sea·son·ing  (sz-nng)


1. Something, such as a spice or herb, used to flavor food. Also called seasoner.
2. The act or process by which something is seasoned, [typically statistical data, to suit the client’s taste.]
(In other words, always take the latest released BLS  unemployment figures with a grain or two of salt. – Ed.)
2 Comments leave one →
  1. Libertarian Advocate permalink
    2012/02/04 12:44

    A grain or two????? Bwahahahahahahahahahaha……. Thanks, but I’ll take mine with a pound or two.

  2. 2012/02/05 00:07

    Ah, yes. “Pound Salt.” Heard of it.

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