There's still no trend that this is leading towards rising employment numbers. As it stands we're just barely treading water. We've yet to break the level needed to start working on the backlog of unemployed individuals still looking for work, and can barely accommodate those entering the work force. Remember, unemployment hasn't gone down, and is now at 8.3%. It's probably closer to 12 or 15% when you account for those not looking for work who are unemployed.
"imagination and memory are but one thing, which for diverse considerations hath diverse names" - Thomas Hobbes