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Published: Wednesday, Feb. 5 2014 1:00 a.m. MST

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Thid Barker
Victor, ID

"Welcome to the era of low expectations."

Sasha Pachev
Provo, UT

Job insecurity has its positives. It keeps us on our toes, forces us to think out of the box, creates innovation. Instead of working some repetitive from the time you graduate from college to the time you die you now have to create something as repetitive tasks are being automated. You can think of it this way - you get to choose between the person who automates the tasks and eliminates other people's jobs or being the person whose job gets eliminated by automation. A person with initiative will end up in the first category, a person without in the second.
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lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

this is the change BO has given us - not very hopeful

Dr. Thom
Long Beach, CA

Hey Sasha Pachev, insecurity may have its positives, but so does death.

Cache, UT

@Sasha So, to follow your line of thinking, we should thank Barack Obama for this lousy economy? Get real.

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