Published: Monday, Jan. 6 2014 3:35 p.m. MST
“We expect that the number of jobs that will be added over the 10 years
will make up for the losses and then some.”This is great news
for a colleague who was laid off as a law professor in 2011 and hasn't been
in a classroom since or worked full time since then. And by the time this
prediction comes true he will be 75, so goodie for him.
I predict that there is going to be more people live in poverty this year than
"Many of those jobs, however, are expected to be in low-paying industries
such as retail sales, customer service and food services."The
data that the projections are based on does not distinguish between part- or
full-time employment, Torosyan noted.======== THAT is
hardly great news jumping up and down about!Looks like Republicans
got their wish.Americans will finally be forced to take the jobs illegal
immigrants once held.I'm seriously considering moving to
@Open Minded MormonDon't let the door hit you on the way out...
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