You do the public/private jobs math.
Anyone paying attention sees this as bad news:
Despite the sharp turnaround in employment last month, weaknesses still remain. A broad measure of unemployment that includes the number of workers marginally attached to the labor force and those working part time for economic reasons edged up to 16.9 percent from 16.8 percent in February.
About 44.1 percent unemployed workers in March had been out of a job for 27 weeks or more.