The Jobs Report, Ctd

Ambers worries:

[It's] quite possible that without all those Census jobs, collectively a mini stimulus program, that the numbers might well go in a different direction once people answer their doors and fill out the damn Census forms.

One would assume that the administration's economic team would get a heads-up from bureaucrats about the "real" number, but, alas, it seems that they do not, which is why there's a gap today between expectations -- fed by the administration -- and reality, about private sector job growth. To be sure, the administration projected that most of the May job would be Census hires ... but just not 95% of them.