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An example of a burgeoning economy. Of course the economy is burgeoning with unemployment. These guys need to get realistic ... get a work visa in a third world country ... and stop whining. Manufacturing didn't go out of existence and offers a whole range of jobs for college graduates. While it may pay less in a third world country ... the cost of living is much lower. Friggin whiny liberals.
1 in 2 new graduates are jobless or underemployed - Yahoo! Finance
While there's strong demand in science, education and health fields, arts and humanities flounder. Median wages for those with bachelor's degrees are down from 2000, hit by technological changes that are eliminating midlevel jobs such as bank tellers. Most future job openings are projected to be in lower-skilled positions such as home health aides, who can provide personalized attention as the U.S. population ages.
About 1.5 million, or 53.6 percent, of bachelor's degree-holders under the age of 25 last year were jobless or underemployed,
“If we open up our borders … we could suppress wages of middle class jobs” – Alan GreenspanWe need to suppress the wage levels of the skilled. We need to suppress wages in comparison to the “lesser skilled ” - Alan Greenspan
Also, Buffet is a simple liar. He is not leaving any of his estate to the government because, as he has said, in effect, the soviet liberal bureaucrats will only waste it on ventures like Solyndra and A123 Systems!!
You should always have an informed opinion, so after I inform you, please feel free to express my opinion...USCitizen
Big business was allowed to offshore to cheap exploitative labor for one reason. TO MAX OUT PROFITS. And to hell with the nation. I say to hell with them. The american people own our markets, not the gov't and not big business. It is time we took those markets back. And pour salt on these leeches i.e. big business, i.e. MNCs, i.e. Virtual States, with the mighty US military as their mercenaries.
"Like every other good thing in this world, leisure and culture have to be paid for. Fortunately, however, it is not the leisured and the cultured who have to pay." Aldous Huxley.