Jim Cramer was working in overdrive to find investable ideas this week. The market has now had time to digest a strong jobs number, and Wall Street still seems confused about the direction of the economy. Cramer, who is famous for saying "there's always a bull market somewhere," did his best to find us stocks that could be in their own bull market.Here are some Cramer highlights from over the past week as aggregated from his "Mad Money" TV show, the "Stop Trading!" segment on CNBC and his RealMoney blog posts. Cramer's Recession Stock Plays: Last Thursday, Cramer brought us a list of stocks that could benefit if the U.S. economy goes into a recession. In an Oct. 4 blog post he wrote, "The market's waffling every day now about recession. The media is throwing us off because the rap is 'no more Fed rate cuts' Which has been the mantra right into and through, well, the rate cuts." Check out Cramer's Recession Stock Plays including Altria ( MO) and Procter & Gamble ( PG). Cramer's Job Number Stock Plays: Cramer saw opportunity in a list of stocks that would benefit from a strong jobs number. In an Oct. 5 blog post he wrote, "For my 'cash into stocks' thesis, I need the rate cuts. But I also need to see earnings gains and we won't get them with a recession. I would have liked to see a slightly lower job gain to keep a recession off table and a Fed cut on the table, but we sure didn't get it from this number." Cramer's Job Number Stock Plays include Research In Motion ( RIMM) and Occidental Petroleum ( OXY).