Western Corporate Federal Credit Union Vice President of Economic and Market Research Dwight Johnston today called the Obama Administration’s prediction of an average net increase of 95,000 jobs per month “somewhat disingenuous.”

Johnston credits the increase to an influx of 1.2 million 2010 Census jobs, which works out to 100,000 per month on average, he said. The WesCorp economist has been consistently predicting the increase in his market commentaries, warning readers that payroll figures will improve from early March until the end of June; but by the end of the year, all but 100,000 Census jobs will be gone.

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