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Jobs numbers are up, so who's hiring?

★~DoctorWhoGuru~★ 2012/04/05 22:33:55
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  • Mickey 2012/04/07 03:35:43
    Mickey
    ok so 120,00 new jobs, 357,00 new unemployment claims and the Dbag is all excited... what a moron we have on pa ave.
  • nothingbutthetruth 2012/04/06 05:53:44
    nothingbutthetruth
    +1
    I guess the jobs Mitt Romney sent overseas are coming back, huh(:
  • Uranos7 2012/04/05 23:46:28
    Uranos7
    +1
    Companies are Downsizing = firing one full time worker and hiring 2 part time workers who will get less pay and bennifits in response to the upcoming Obamacare bill.
  • dubbie 2012/04/05 23:42:19
    dubbie
    With less than a year to go knowing this regime will be outa there, Everyone is getting a head start to give those who`ve been unemployed for the last three years ,time to save up for the big celibration Jan 20 The day America once again rises to her greatness
  • nicwillams 2012/04/05 23:13:11
    nicwillams
    +1
    only companies not apart of the economy, so none
  • wildcat 2012/04/05 23:00:11
    wildcat
    +1
    I saw this on the news tonight. Same level as April 2008. Obama should be re-elected.
  • Prog~Exterminator 2012/04/05 22:45:16
    Prog~Exterminator
    +2
    Companies like Caterpillar who have had labor disputes both here and overseas and are moving into Right to Work states and building new facilities where they aren't under the union bosses thumbs.
    Toyota USA is doing the same in Mississippi and Boeing moved a good portion of their operations out of Washington to S. Carolina, another RTW state.
  • socokid Prog~Ex... 2012/04/05 23:17:09
    socokid
    +1
    Why wouldn't they? Cheaper labor is a good return on the investment of moving operations. If only we could treat our own employees like they do in China, am I right? *wink* Just THINK of the investments we would be gaining... for the increasingly few, while everyone else... well, for a different day, I'm sure.
  • Prog~Ex... socokid 2012/04/05 23:23:53
    Prog~Exterminator
    +1
    I don't seem to hear the employees complaining,.... only the ones in non RTW states that thought for sure they were getting the contracts.

    bummer
  • socokid Prog~Ex... 2012/04/08 12:43:52
    socokid
    +1
    I don't seem to hear the employees complaining
    Ahh, so you spoke to the employees from the states that are losing them? You did not mention this.

    So, there were happy, you say? Interesting...
  • socokid 2012/04/05 22:38:27
    socokid
    +1
    Almost everyone except the Federal government.
  • Prog~Ex... socokid 2012/04/05 22:39:17
    Prog~Exterminator
    +2
    Thank God.
  • 3052457 Prog~Ex... 2012/04/05 22:44:56
  • Prog~Ex... 3052457 2012/04/05 22:51:07
    Prog~Exterminator
    +2
    Problem is, no matter how they want to spin it, the Federal gov't. doesn't manufacture any product to sell or marketable service which are what boosts the economy.
    Adding a single gov't. job in this environment only adds to the red ink, requiring more $$ taken out of the kitty with -0- gain.
  • socokid Prog~Ex... 2012/04/05 23:11:59
    socokid
    +1
    If money was the only measure of "success", yes.

    However that is, and should be, hardly the case. Our government is not a corporation. Maximizing profits is not its only goal, thankfully.
  • Prog~Ex... socokid 2012/04/05 23:27:42
    Prog~Exterminator
    WHOA,.... someone was playing hooky during Econ 101

    Try explaining your theory to Mr. GDP and Miss Bottom Line
  • socokid Prog~Ex... 2012/04/08 12:44:28 (edited)
    socokid
    If you think our government's sole purpose is to make money, you have jumped the shark, friend.

    Corporations are psychotic, one minded dictatorships of profit. This is not to suggest they are bad things, but to run a government like one would be hilariously ignorant.

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