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WashPost: Trump’s Economy Boosts Blue-Collar Jobs

President Donald Trump has shifted the economy so that once-disregarded blue-collar manufacturing workers are now recovering jobs faster than coastal service-sector employees, the Washington Post acknowledged Sunday.

President Donald Trump, far left, listens to Ivanka Trump, right standing, the daughter and assistant to the President, speaks during his meeting with members of his cabinet in Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 18, 2018.

Ivanka Trump Takes Center Stage in Presidential Cabinet Meeting

Trump’s daughter was the first to speak after the president, moving from her usual seat behind the cabinet officials to the front of the room to highlight efforts by each cabinet member in the administration to participate in the task force.

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Gallup Finds Record Optimism About Good Jobs

A Gallup poll shows a record 67 percent of Americans believe it is good time to find good jobs, upping marketplace pressure on employers to raise wages in the run-up to the November election.