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The United States has been facing an impending issue with various solutions but no correct solution As the United States economy is slowly recovering many jobs are being lost daily The unemployment rate in the United States was last reported at 91 percent in August of 2011 From 1948 until 2010 the United States unemployment rate averaged 570 percent reaching an historical high of 1080 percent in November of 1930 The Great Depression and a record low of 250 percent in May of 1953 under Dwight D Eisenhower The crisis of unemployment and poverty in America continues to worsen Despite a nominal increase in jobs in recent weeks what is not reported is what kind of jobs are being created Manufacturing jobs the backbone of any economy continued to be lost for the 37th month in a row in October For the vast majority of Americans the days of high quality jobs with decent wages security and full health and retirement benefits are a thing of the past The effect this is having in terms of unemployment homelessness and even hunger right here in the US is a devastating indictment of a system which places profits before human need and suffering httpwwwmarxistcompoverty-unemployment-americahtm Unfortunately some of the solutions offered by the experts also offer little comfort in reducing unemployment Green Jobs are the solution most experts propose to create new jobs in environmentally progressive industries such as wind and solar power But how many jobs can that really open up Maybe a few thousand not enough for a full economic recovery While there are some jobs created by new government spending the main thing is the number of new jobs and the cost to build those new jobs According to The American Electronics Association those jobs would cost the United States 35 billion added 2 GDP increase in year 1 on the already 14 trillion dollars debt for the United States economy In
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