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Post by Guest on Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:01 pm

Bill Clinton’s group offers recipe for economy
By Andrew Stern, June 29, 2011, Reuters
If banks loaned out their $2 trillion cash hoard, if worker training programs were stepped up and if 3 million job openings were filled, the economic recovery would be far stronger, a panel assembled by former President Bill Clinton said on Wednesday.
Clinton opened the meeting of his six-year-old Clinton Global Initiative with a discussion entitled “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs,” that the organization for the first time is focused squarely on the United States.
“The banks in America have well over $2 trillion in cash not committed to loans. Now, there’s nowhere near $2 trillion in loan demand out there but there’s some that is unsatisfied,” Clinton told the gathering of 750 leaders of business, government and nonprofit organizations.
Clinton opened the two-day conference by announcing several “commitments” by business and labor groups aimed at financing new jobs.


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Re: Recipe For The Economy - Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

Post by USA Citizen on Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:36 pm

We will only have to wait until 2023 to get jobs !!!

"The economy is recovering more slowly from what has been dubbed the Great Recession than any downturn since World War Two. Though the recession formally ended in mid-2009, the economy is being held back by sluggish job growth, weak housing prices and meager demand for loans.

“The current path of the economy means we will not close the job gap until 2023,” former Clinton presidential aide Laura Tyson told the gathering, referring to recovering not only jobs lost in the recession but also creating jobs for the influx of 125,000 new workers a month."
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Re: Recipe For The Economy - Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

Post by Guest on Thu Jun 30, 2011 4:37 pm

Thats unacceptable! Evil or Very Mad


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Re: Recipe For The Economy - Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

Post by Guest on Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:21 pm

I truly believe if we want this to happen, we have to make it happen. I am seriously thinking about contacting local business in NJ and getting ideas from them about what type of people they plant to hire in the near or distant future, where to they see the company going, growing? If I could get maybe ten companies to listen, seriously consider hiring the unemployed/99ers, possibly I could continue to get more and more. I feel right now that waiting on Wash DC I will be very, very old and will no longer care about a job, I will care far more about being able to reach my walker or cane. Former President Clinton is right now doing more than anyone has in the last 3 years. What will come of it, who knows, but he is trying at least.


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