Posted 3 weeks ago on Feb. 17, 2014, 7:13 p.m. EST by MattLHolck
from San Diego, CA
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As a matter of fact, you'd be surprised if you take a metropolitan, big city newspaper, the Sunday edition, where they run all the classified ads, even today with 10 million unemployed—there were 10 percent unemployed—even today you will find that those Sunday editions—the Washington paper, the New York papers, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles—you will find those papers will carry as many as 50 and 60 pages of help wanted ads. But when you read them, you realize that these are employers advertising for people, and the people that are presently unemployed do not have the skills and the training for those jobs. This is why what we're doing at the Federal level, one of our programs is aimed at retraining for people who are unemployed in these new lines of work. So, there'll be jobs for you.
OH I see my last thread has been hidden
I think that my in ability to get employed may be systematic
and was hoping to show my honest efforts here