It is better for the workforce as they then have more control of where they work and for how much. Not so for the bosses, who want a labour pool to give them more control and power and keep the price of labour low, so they can produce goods at the lowest cost and sell them for the highest price they can get.
I understand, you are saying that unemployment rates actuate the exploitation of humans as resources or commodities, thus aiding such employers to create a market that runs inexpensively with low cost goods and products manufactured by low paid emplo
by Philip Dressel3 years ago
Why has the unemployment rate gone down?But more jobs are now requiring at least an associates degree for a 9-5?
by Chad Young6 years ago
Do you think the unemployment rate could be lower?Do you think people could work but don't because they don't want the low paying jobs that are out there or do you think the unemployment rate is accurate?
by Cassie Smith5 years ago
Who believes that the latest job numbers and the lowered unemployment rate are even real?It is odd that these numbers have improved after Obama bombed at his debate. Jack Welch who is CEO was very bold to speak up...
by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
Web-site/URL: http://news.yahoo.com/s/csm/20100326/ts … RoY2FyZXJlObviously, states with higher unemployment rates will need more help as far as insurance is concerned. WINNERSArizona (Unemployment Rate: 9.7%)...
by Research Analyst7 years ago
If the unemployment rate increases what will happen to the nuclear family?
by OLYHOOCH6 years ago
I thought you all said we need jobs. Funny thing. Every month I see a figure like this and I say to my self, this JOB ISSUE, is like, THE OBAMA BC ISSUE. ( Here they are, you just cant see or find them.) We say one...
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