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Fits and starts - most people just gave up or are taking disability checks
Hospitality - the rich going on vacation while middle-class works
Minerals - Wow the lower & middle class have hope for work
Construction - Illegal immigrants continue to take jobs (cheap labor)
Automotive - Most cars coming off lease, CEO's new new cars
Services - *see construction
Housing - middle class lost their homes, rich are buying up foreclosures dirt cheap
Manufacturing - *see Services
Health care - largest part of population are baby boomers, Illegal's take health care for free.
Technology - markets flooded with techs driving the ability to make serious money away.
Franchising - Americas fat, food is cheap. keep eating
Doesn't look any better from were I sit.
A degree in basket weaving, and sports casting will not get you a job. ohh add liberal arts.
to many college graduates thought that little paper meant something rather than knowing how to work.
skills pay the bills.A product or skill that is needed or wanted are what keep people working. real real simple concept.
5.8 million on register, so what about the non registered, i saw the other day a job fair at a local convince store which sucked because of it's location & everyone there, over 100+ there & threw out the day had a college degrees & i don't but i'm doing so much better than they are?
ya'll need to check reality & stop with the riderrick, "Grow Up" & Get A Life,
Regan spent $2bill+ per day, Bush spent $4bill+ per day, Obama spends $9BILL+ PER DAY????
it's not what comes in its what you have after everthing goes out. NOTHING!!!!
Yeah!!!!, they keep saying, "oh well", unemployment benefits edged down & oh yeah things are getting better but what & where are the game plans, you can't play a game without having a plan to win? these dumbies are out of gas & are looking for a way to refuel, which is really funny to me because this is all 1 big major catástrofe of a joke, real people do real things, & when they have things like a family involved in this picture, all i can say is you have my sympathy.
People whom have loved ones in this picture, can you really look at that & tell me exactly what you have.
They belong in a Circus....
To PT712, when i was a child, i walked as a child but never had a childhood, i am an adult now & can't live as an adult & that tought me as an adult to look at the big picture.
Hey Daniel Bukszpan @ CNBC
when you wrote"
While the labor market is gaining momentum, the level of employment is still 5.8 million jobs from its level before the recent recession. It's impossible to say what a fully recovered U.S. economy will look like, or how long it will take to get there. "
I swallowed my own vomit!
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