The word out of Wall Street yesterday was that the latest jobs report gave hope that the US will not enter a double dip recession. The report stated that 103,000 jobs were created in September more than twice as many as economists had expected. Except.... The total includes 45,000 Verizon workers who were rehired after going on strike and these were counted as job gains. So really, there were 58,000 jobs created. Except... 20,000 of these were temporary help jobs. Which means there were actually only 38,000 full time permanent jobs added. If you only scan the headlines you see: 103,000 Jobs Added, More Than Twice the Expected Number!