Discussion in 'Politics' started by edjax1952, Sep 14, 2011.
Do we restructure the treatment of unemployment on the federal level?
The private sector isn't hiring. There is plenty of work to do and lots of people willing to do it. Over 70 to 90 thousand bridges, roads, tunnels and schools are in exteme disrepair. We need to upgrade our telecommunications infrastructure, power grids and build high speed rail.
Would be a great way to turn a recession into a renaissance.
But do you take an unemployed office worker and attempt to retrain him to construction. The Job bill proposes that an unemployed person get some type of "training" while looking for new employment. At least that is how I read it from the article.
Uncle Ferd says its tough out there...
A job is becoming a dim memory for many unemployed
Oct 6,`11 WASHINGTON (AP) - For more Americans, being out of work has become a semi-permanent condition.
Sounds like a 'cover' for age discrimination...
Unemployed seek protection against job bias
Sun Oct 9,`11 WASHINGTON After two years on the unemployment rolls, Selena Forte thought she'd found a temporary job at FedEx that met her qualifications.
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