Maybe there have been more jobs in 2014 than there were in 2013. And maybe, if we're lucky, there will be even more in 2015, but that doesn't mean that the United States Economy has recovered from recession. This is only the beginning. Until the United States starts working to protect the environment, things will only get worse economically.
The US economy is still recovering and may never fully recover. The amount of jobs that are no longer in the US and the amount of imported goods has reduced the number of US jobs, in particular, for working class citizens that had once worked in warehouses. The economy is a littler better, but not what it used to be.
Many economists believe that there are more jobs in 2014. However, for those folks looking for work and people who once were on unemployment, it appears they still don't have work. The economy and the unemployment rate have always been closely connected, but with the new changes implemented in the accounting of the jobs, it appears that the numbers are grossly inaccurate as the comparison is very different.
5 years on from the end of the Great Recession, the economy is still not strong. We still need millions of jobs. Prime-age workers are vastly underemployed. Our economy is missing the pressure that inflation provides. We're only one-third to half way to fully recovered, so we have a long way to go.