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Should We Help Ppl Who Lost Thier Jobs?

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Should We Help Ppl Who Lost Thier Jobs?

Postby Ellder » Tue Sep 26, 2017 6:03 am

Lawmakers come back to work Last Monday facing a tough decision: Whether it's more important to spend money to keep the economic recovery going or to watch their pennies.

One camp, made up mostly of Democrats, is arguing that Congress must spend to help cash-strapped states and people who are hurting from the downturn.

Lawmakers don't have much time to argue. They'll be in session for a month before leaving for the extended August recess. And when they return after Labor Day, they'll be wrapped up in the November elections and likely will get little done.

More than 2.1 million people are estimated to have lost their weekly jobless checks because Congress has not extended the deadline to file for federal unemployment insurance.

Lawmakers have been trying to pass a bill that would push the deadline until the end of November. But Senate Republicans have blocked the measure.

The recession killed off 7.9 million jobs. It's increasingly likely that many will never come back.

The government jobs report shows that businesses have slowed their pace of hiring to a relative trickle. "The job losses during the Great Recession were so off the chart, that even though we've gained about 600,000 private sector jobs back, we've got nearly 8 million jobs to go," said Lakshman Achuthan, managing director of Economic Cycle Research Institute.


Excluding temporary Census workers, the economy has added fewer than 100,000 jobs a month this year -- a much faster and stronger jobs recovery than occurred following the last two recessions in 2001 and 1991.

But even if that pace of hiring were to double immediately, it would take until 2013 to recapture the lost jobs. And the labor market very likely doesn't have years before it gets hit with the shock of the inevitable next economic downturn.

One of the big problems is that many of workers who have lost jobs were in industries that are not likely to recover their former strength.

"We've got the wrong people in the wrong place with the wrong skills," said John Silvia, chief economist with Wells Fargo Securities. He said construction workers in California or Florida and auto workers in Michigan will have to relocate and retrain to find new jobs.

"As many as half the people who lost their jobs will have to find something else to do," said Silvia.

The nation's working-age population grows by about 150,000 people a month. So the hole is deeper than it looks.

It would take the creation of 10.6 million jobs immediately for the same percentage of the population to be working as was the case three years ago.

So Should we help those who have done nothing wrong and lost thier Job Thats never comming Back?

Or Should we Stop Spending for these ppl?

Can you give me a star plz???
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Postby Dilon » Tue Sep 26, 2017 8:27 am

it somewhat is not in basic terms an American subject, yet a international subject. First international countries don't have the numbers of experienced human beings to fill new interest positions. Why does not you help people who want it and inspire interest training? it somewhat is going to value much less interior the long-term.
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Postby Swayn » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:19 am

We need to offer training to these ppl. Its not thier fault the companies move over seas for Greed.
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Postby Sam » Mon Oct 02, 2017 3:50 am

thanks for the two points
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Should We Help Ppl Who Lost Thier Jobs?

Postby Wit » Fri Oct 06, 2017 1:00 pm

woa ok I am not reading all of that.

you just copied and pasted something, is that even your words???

A lot of jobs are taken up by illegal aliens and immigrants with temporary green cards or false id's,

Most educated people seek trade school now if not college. So all you find in dead end jobs are people with no education, teengaers, or foreigners.

If you have a good trade or schooling you can simply find more work.


we are not in the damn depression.

most people do not think of having a back up plan.
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