The media is touting tomorrow's jobs report as the "most important in history." This will be the 9th jobs report this year, meaning this is the 9th time it has been the "most important in history" as well! The consensus estimate among economists is for a loss of 175,000 jobs in September. Economists are also looking for an unemployment rate of 9.8%.
We're asking Bespoke readers to play economist tonight and tomorrow leading up to the 8:30 AM ET release by taking part in the two polls below. Will the nonfarm payrolls report and unemployment rate come in better or worst than expected? Please answer the two questions below, and we'll post the results before tomorrow morning's release. Thanks for participating!