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A Raw, Public Deal for American Worker

AD15 Wrote: Jan 29, 2013 3:44 PM
No surprise here. Corporations are expedient. Decisions made today to save 10 cents that will cost the company $100 later. There is a way that seemeth right to man, but the end thereof is destruction. Example: American Airlines. Stockholders lost, employees lost. So who won. Well the 30 or 40 guys at the top of management THOUGHT they were going to win BIG. Now with a merger likely, it will be down to 3 or 4 FAT CATS. AND nobody tries to stop it.

Regardless of the recent pronouncements made by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment continues to decline. 

It’s no big secret, except to the politicians and the mainstream media, that day after day, discouraged job seekers give up their search and are thus not counted in the employment equation. 

From technology and overseas outsourcing to lack of job skills and legacy costs, there are a multitude of reasons that are responsible for this continual increase in joblessness.  However, perhaps becoming an even more dominant factor in the unemployment rate discussion these days,...