Sunday, March 20, 2011

UNEMPLOYMENT: Highest in 15-19 Age Range

Broken Dreams - The jobs's they won't get

Teen and young adult unemployment is at an all-time high. This is unsurprising when the entire workforce has faced major disruption. Nearing the end of a severe recession, the lack of jobs comes not only from the few positions available. Compounding the problem is a profound lack of prerequisite preparation for performing even the most minimally demanding workt

Friday, March 18, 2011


Kruger talks about the unemployed, saying that Washington has forgotten qpp qbout them;
He tells us : "It might not be so bad if the jobless could expect to find new employment fairly soon. But unemployment has become a trap, one that’s very difficult to escape, " and then this: I still don’t know why the Obama administration was so quick to accept defeat in the war of ideas, but the fact is that it surrendered very early in the game. In early 2009, John Boehner, now the speaker of the House, was widely and rightly mocked for declaring that since families were suffering, the government should tighten its own belt. That’s Herbert Hoover economics, and it’s as wrong now as it was in the 1930s. But, in the 2010 State of the Union address, President Obama adopted exactly the same metaphor and began using it incessantly."