Men Took 88 Percent Of New Jobs Created In The U.S.

Men have picked up 88 percent of new jobs created since the U.S. recession officially ended in June of 2009, reports Bloomberg:

Men, who lost more than twice as many jobs as women during the worst economic slump since the Great Depression, have landed 88 percent of the non-farm jobs created since the recession ended in June 2009. The share of men saying the economy was improving jumped to 41 percent in March, compared with 26 percent of women, according to the Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index’s monthly expectations gauge.