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What's Your Idea For Solving The U.S. Unemployment Crisis?

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What's Your Idea For Solving The U.S. Unemployment Crisis?

Post by Guest on Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:49 am

Do you have an idea for how to create American jobs? Tweet at @HuffPostBiz with the hashtag #CreateJobs. We'll compile the best.

The Washington Post's Eugene Robinson, for one, said that Obama's plan should be "unimaginable," while The New Republic's Jonathan Cohn, emphasized big, thought-out and easily-implemented moves. In all, 67 major progressive groups urged Obama to "go big" on his jobs plan.

New ideas are still welcome. The White House says it will listen to any online proposal that can receive 5,000 signatures. According to our own Arianna Huffington, it's teamwork and dedication, like that seen in Hurricane Irene relief efforts, that might be America's best bet during this time of difficulty.

So how do you think America can work together to best solve the jobs crisis? Tweet us at @HuffPostBiz with the hashtag #CreateJobs!


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