If you been unemployed for more than a year, the chances of a person of finding work are less than 1% in the entire mess of the job market out there.
Go look at the latest Forbes article:
and the amazon site:
The longer our economic mess continues here in USA and the longer employers trying to pick up the young and employable people MORE than the qualified people, it could spark into the worst and massive lawsuits here in USA that will have an impact in every economic sector in USA. It's not just the long term unemployed not being employed, but the physical disabled people too.
So what happens when companies get hit with a legal lawsuit? Not only they'll change to conform with the court, but raise their prices to pay for the costs of defending themselves.
I hate to say it too: companies are turning to more local employment agencies and colleges to try to give internships/co-ops to students needing work experiences in order to gain more employment.
When President Obama's job bill came up in Congress, it got struck down because of tax increases in it. (nice going, Republicans!) But the question is: When will our government solve the problem of putting millions of unemployed people to work quickly as possible? The longer millions of people are out of work, there won't be any taxes being paid and it become clear that 2012 could bring us a WORSE economic recession to come.
Let's hope Obama and Congress can compromise before it's too late for all of us.
Till next post, I'll clue you in later.