Job Search Engines
Satish Jindel • Journal of Commerce
September 19, 2011
It is great news for the nation’s millions of unemployed or underemployed people to find our elected officials now are focused on challenges faced with the high level of unemployment, which is still hovering at 9.1 percent.
The approach of our lawmakers to employment since the deep economic collapse in the fall of 2008 has been to pump money (borrowed from others, with an increase in debt) into the economy. The goal has been to stimulate jobs through the rebuilding of roads, bridges and other public projects, to shore up failing corporations (such as General Motors) and to support employment in white-collar jobs through research grants and other such job-creating tactics…Read More