If you haven't already read "The World is Flat" by Thomas Friedman, you need to. Stuff like this is obvious when you see jobs and economic change through the lens of that book.
In a speech that focused overwhelmingly on the challenges of the domestic American economy, President Obama repeatedly underscored the gap between an economy that is statistically in decent shape and
While I understand that the large scale manufacturing jobs are gone but I still think that the government can do the some of the big ticket items that private industry won't. High speed rail, fiber backbone, anything that would benefit the country but not make "economic sense" for the private sector would create a ton of jobs that would put a lot of money back into the economy.
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