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  1. #1 Why UE numbers go up when jobs are being craeted 
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    Why does this happen ?
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    The CU loves to tell me how wrong I am.

    But never will tell me what they feel is right.

    If I am wrong about the UE numbers , then what is right ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by m00 View Post
    The sectors seeing good job creation are the manufacturing sector, farming and other commodities.

    This reality is reflected in the regoins with the best growth ..

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    Just as predicted.

    30 views , no answers.

    Checkmate , again.
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    craeted?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanicus View Post
    Just as predicted.

    30 views , no answers.

    Checkmate , again.
    There are no answers because you have not followed CU rules. Answer the thread in question first numbnuts.
    The Obama Administration: Deny. Deflect. Blame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obx View Post
    craeted?
    Give it a few days and you might just figure out what word I meant to type, take it slow , you don't want to hurt yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    There are no answers because you have not followed CU rules. Answer the thread in question first numbnuts.
    moo asked for an answer to his question , I answered it here in this thread , what occupations and the regions.

    It was a very complete answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanicus View Post
    The sectors seeing good job creation are the manufacturing sector, farming and other commodities.

    This reality is reflected in the regoins with the best growth ..

    Really?

    http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_table_203.htm

    I see manufacturing as "Most Rapidly Declining." But this, of course, is an employment projection... so it's possible you have different data that demonstrates good job creation. Can I see that?



    But lets assume for a moment you are correct, and the above chart doesn't capture recent data. (By the way can you supply something with recent data on the sectors you listed)?

    We still have the following:

    Agricultural workers had the following median hourly wages in May 2008:

    Animal breeders $13.02
    Agricultural equipment operators 10.92
    Farmworkers, farm and ranch animals 10.13
    Farmworkers and laborers, crop, nursery, and greenhouse 8.64
    Agricultural workers, all others 12.00
    The one for manufacturing is much more extensive, but it's mostly between $10-$20/hr

    These are both low wage, and low-education/skill jobs. Question for you... why do you think adding low wage and low-skill jobs is helpful?
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