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Question by stonehudson2002: Why don’t people believe that the Great Recession is over?
Employment is back. I’m not talking about those auto manufacturing or city jobs. The Private Sector is back. College educated professionals, medical, technology driven industries are where the jobs are. It is a shame that Americans are lazy, yes lazy and refuse to join the 21st Century. Math, science and medicine will secure a money making future. Manufacturing, telephone operator, construction, trade, mechanic, city, state jobs are gone in the “rear view mirror.” Detroit, Newark, St.Louis, East Los Angeles, Gary, Indiana, Trenton, Pittsburgh, Brooklyn, South Side Chicago, Far West Chicago will be in a recession for years to come until people move and accept that the old technology is dead. Sorry. This is the truth. Move on!..Next!
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Answer by Lincoln6
When the Unemployment rate makes an impressive reduction, people will have the money to go back to buying, fueling a greater reduction. It hasn’t happened yet.
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