Do you see signs that the economy is improving and job openings are increasing?
Statewide, yes. There's improvement in bringing new business in.
Metro Detroit. Little change for people really struggling to find a job.
President Obama's focus on bringing manufacturing back to the USA seems to be picking up steam at the moment. Time will tell if it will 'take'.
I wish I could honestly say yes to this question. The truth is, here in Florida anyway, we still have record numbers of forclosures and pretty high unemployment.
The forecast from our own government says that unemployment will probably take another up swing by the end of this year.
Gas prices moving up, home prices are very unsettled, and the dollar is losing value quickly. I would love to be optimistic because it is my nature. I think our government needs to get a whole lot more serious about getting things done "that will actually help" and quit wasting time bickering over what each party wants.
Personally, I think we have a ways to go!
The economy is not improving. Any suggestion that it is involves propaganda and an attempt to keep the public from panicing.
by Jack Lee 2 years ago
Do you think we are already in a recession?Some data seems to indicate we are already in a recession in 2016. What do you think?
by Cristale Adams 5 years ago
Is the economy improving?Includes employment, finances, and government spending.
by ayaniv 9 years ago
Are there any job openings in the UN for print journalist.
by mm77 8 years ago
According to CNNMoney Sears has over 20,000 job openings from cashiers to vice presidentshttp://jobnewspost.com/retailjobs/sears … b-openings
by jayorban 9 years ago
Uh huh. And pigs are starting to fly. I see things loosening up for the affluent. That's about it. Let it trickle down to the average joe and I'll have more of a comment.
by shazz01109 9 years ago
After all of the bailouts, TARP, etc., it seems that Obama and Congress are just spending $ that we don't have like drunken sailors. Shouldn't there be more focus on creating jobs, and improving the economy?
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