Though the White House no doubt will trumpet an improvement in the unemployment rate in June — down to 9.5 percent from May’s 9.7 percent stat — the monthly jobs report is a worrying figure for President Obama and Democrats four months out from the mid-term congressional elections. The Labor Department reports an overall decline of 125,000 jobs in June, reflecting the loss of 225,000 federal census workers who’ve finished their work. Analysts knew the census positions would be lost but hoped the private sector would make up for it. As for the jobless rate, the improved figure is due to 652,000 people who’ve left the labor market. Experts say the statistics reflect a labor market that remains sluggish as employers remain reluctant to add jobs. Again, not the kind of economic news Obama and his allies are looking for.