Job openings in the US increased in June

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    And now our company that was so busy and doing so good is now laying off in the factory......

    Against all those "Job openings"..... how many "Job Closings" were there? Or don't we count them anymore??
     
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    What kind of jobs?

    Shovel-ready shit ones?
     
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    Anyone knows that war is so high-tech that mainly they are over when they start. That is how come RNC will never nominate General Colin Powell for President. Wars have to really drag on, and engage an overwhelming majority time of and attention: To at all be relevant, to an economy.

    How did Obama really win--it it wasn't just the color of his skin? The Schvartz little Bush family wars couldn't generate a bucket full of spit: For the economies. The shovel-ready labor was clearly unable to pay any mortgages--and so the high-tech, financial bundlers: All came crashing on down!

    This below is unrelated to war-expansion, or increase of engagement.
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    "The number of positions waiting to be filled climbed by 105,000 to 3.76 million, the most since July 2008, from a revised 3.66 million the prior month, the Labor Department said today in Washington. Hiring and firings cooled.

    A rising need for workers shows some employers are expanding as sales improve, laying the ground for a pickup in hiring that may help boost consumer spending, which accounts for about 70 percent of the economy. Payrolls rose more than forecast in July even as the unemployment rate climbed to a five-month high, the Labor Department reported last week.
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    The Christian "Make-Work-Pay," Refundable Tax Credit--based on Matt 20:1-16, provided spending money to the marketplace: Regardless if the labor had worked all the year or not. The "Good" householder of Matthew did that, too--on that day: And so the Republicans took the whole damned thing away!

    Better it is, to Romney-Hood, to take what deficit there is: And spread around to the already prosperous.

    That is traditional GOP, doing failure--anti-markets--as is usual. Their problem, now, is that the high-tech capabilities are not entirely engaging. The Cold War could end the Northern Hemisphere in Seven Minutes. That made sense, however, only to prepare for. Those GOP mainly went out on witch-hunts, instead. Now, that was engaging!

    "Crow: James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Communist China may soon enough adopt a more Christian-based socialism, based as it is in the Greater Deities of Greek origin--Abomination to the Ten Commandments. Jesus Christ famously opposed The Ten Commandments, which eventually became the famous death penalty, Passion Play. Mainly, the rabbis follow the honor of law, and led the congregations into Holocaust, as recently as in the foreclosure crisis(?)! Almost universally, the congregations kept the money, just like the Third Reich, law-abiding Germans. Senator Feinstein even bought six SUV's(?)! That could be said some nature of donation, among some--maybe Named Huckabee, or something!)
     
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    productivity was way high until recently.


    That is now lagging because they have overworked the employees.

    they now will have to hire to make more money.
     
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    A rising need for workers shows some employers are expanding as sales improve, laying the ground for a pickup in hiring that may help boost consumer spending, which accounts for about 70 percent of the economy. Payrolls rose more than forecast in July even as the unemployment rate climbed to a five-month high, the Labor Department reported last week.

    “The economy is still growing, that’s underpinning labor demand,” said Henry Mo, a senior economist at Credit Suisse in New York. “Job availability is increasing, but we still need to see employers put this into action. The economy will grow a little better in the second half than in the first half and the labor market will improve gradually.”

    Stocks advanced, sending the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index higher for a third straight day, amid better-than-estimated corporate earnings and speculation global central banks will take steps to boost economic growth


    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-...the-u-s-increased-in-june-hiring-dropped.html
     
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    If you want the honey you cant go killing all the bees
     
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    looks like this may not be good news for the right
     
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