Those are official Government numbers.
Bankers - Everything
People - Nothing
Good thing we have our priorities straight as a country - NOT
Hopefully, the upcoming job creation bill (that was passed by the House at the end of 2009) and the Senate will view once they return... can spur some hiring.
50,000 construction jobs were lost: these jobs were inflated to begin with because of the real estate bubble. there needed to be a correction.
27,000 manufacturing jobs were lost: these jobs were going to China and other countries anyway - the recession just sped it up some.
50,000 professional and business jobs (white collared office jobs) were ADDED.
37,000 health services jobs were ADDED.
If you're trying to create jobs, which ones do you create to replace manufacturing and construction. More building? We don't need any more real estate, there is currently too much inventory. Manufacturing? Don't think you'll ever be able to replace those.
So where do the construction and manufacturing people go?
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