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Q&A: Why was Massachusetts 47th out of 50 states in job creation under Romney.?

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Question by nightowl1517: Why was Massachusetts 47th out of 50 states in job creation under Romney.?
In manufacturing jobs, Romney presided over a net loss of 40,000 jobs, a drop of 12 percent according to Labor Department data.
Not skewing any numbers:
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/05/obama-campaign-mounts-new-assault-on-mitt-romneys-record-as-massachusetts-governor/

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Answer by Thunder Up!
I lived in Massachusetts. There’s really one economic center in the whole state: Boston & the Boston metro area. Aside from that, one of the biggest industries in Mass is optical and medical devices & medical device manufacturing: a very tech savvy field that your average joe blow isn’t qualified to work in.

It’s understandable that job creation would lag considering that you need to attract more highly trained professionals and not just burger flippers.

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4 thoughts on “Q&A: Why was Massachusetts 47th out of 50 states in job creation under Romney.?

  1. Aubrey ????? says:

    Massachusetts is a small state. Not the ideal prime location for a municipal business.

    How well did Obama do when it came to job creation? Oh yea, he raised the nation’s average by 4.5%

    Way to go Obama!

  2. Socrates says:

    How about asking why it was 50 out of 50 before Romney.

  3. Poster Child says:

    Why did you single out manufacturing jobs? Oh let me guess, to skew the numbers?

  4. Dr. Knowitallâ„¢ says:

    Funny. MA is one of the most liberal states in the nation, next to NV and CA.

    Oh, but the governor controls the whole government of the state when there is an (R) after his name.

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