The U.S. unemployment report was released yesterday and a friend of mine posted it on Facebook with the words: "Trump, your move". He's effectively challenging Trump to improve on those same numbers. But that's probably not fair - the complaint over the last few years from the opposition were that the numbers used by the labor department isn't correct or relevant. So what is the correct values we should be looking at instead? I don't want to argue whether or not Obama did a good or bad job - that's beside the point and will get the thread locked. Just - what should be the measure of the government doing a good job with the unemployment? Put another way - what does success look like?