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(MyWay News)   AP 'study' concludes steady job growth could, just could, help the economy improve. *gasp*   ( divider line
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283 clicks; posted to Business » on 05 Jul 2013 at 9:21 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-07-05 10:23:50 AM  
Its always the last thing you try...
2013-07-05 10:30:29 AM  
Why is "study" in quotes? Nothing in the article seems to mention a study of any sort.
2013-07-05 10:55:30 AM  
In my opinion, we also need to look at what wages these jobs are offering. It does not help when someone is making just above minimum wage and can barely get their bills paid, let alone have any savings or make any purchases that will help stimulate the economy.
2013-07-05 10:56:51 AM  
We're gonna need an expert from the media to explain this for us.
2013-07-05 11:43:33 AM  
I've been told that outsourcing and tax cuts are the way to prosperity. See, the stockholders and job creators will get wealthier, and that will trickle down to everybody else, and the economy will boom again.

/Why are you laughing at me?
2013-07-05 12:56:33 PM  
Summer of Recovery 4.0. Let me mark my calendar so that I can commemorate this day forever after.
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