The Labor Department monthly jobs report is out with good news.
In February, employers created almost twice as many jobs as the month before.
The labor departments job's report drops the nation's unemployment rate to 7.7% a four year low.
With a better than expected 236,000 new jobs created. Wages went up and the construction industry had it's best month in six years.
But government workers are still worried about the sequester cuts. Border Patrol just sent out 60,000 furlough notices.
To fix it president Obama's reaching out one on one to Republicans, he'll meet them on Capitol Hill next week.
"I'm hopeful that something will come out of it, but if the president continues to insist on tax hikes, I don't think we're going to get very far."
The house passed their budget Wednesday. We should see the senate's budget next week.