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    LOW WAGE JOBS.


    That is what you get when you vote republican

    Most white america have been voting republican since Reagan.

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    It's been three years, why hasn't Trump done anything to make America Great Again?

    Where's the MAGA he promised?

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    Earl is glued to this place all day every day groaning every post. What a fucking loser. LMAO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinnabar View Post
    So much for the shills and their praise of Trumps great economy.
    What do you believe the answer is to have less lower paying jobs in our tech driven globalized economy today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cawacko View Post
    What do you believe the answer is to have less lower paying jobs in our tech driven globalized economy today?
    More money for education at every level, more jobs programs and tech school funding and public funded scholarships at community colleges.
    More money for trade schools. More govt backed small business loans in urban centers. Raising taxes on the wealthy and corporations that effectively pay zero tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micawber View Post
    More money for education at every level, more jobs programs and tech school funding and public funded scholarships at community colleges.
    More money for trade schools. More govt backed small business loans in urban centers. Raising taxes on the wealthy and corporations that effectively pay zero tax.
    If we can get rid of the GOP by making them as inconsequential as they should be, this could be achieved. The Green New Deal would create tons of jobs but a corporate Dem will not get these things done either. College used to be free...

    What Happened to Tuition-Free College?
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/what-...ion_b_10240514
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    This is why our separation in all but name is necessary.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinnabar View Post
    So much for the shills and their praise of Trumps great economy.
    The problem isn't that there are not enough good jobs to go around but that too many people don't have the skills for those jobs. Chicago announced 50,000 high paying jobs they could not fill. There is a large shortage of truck drivers that pay up to $80,000 a year.

    --Almost 84,000 openings for software developers are on the books.

    --there is a gap of approximately 46,000 between web developer job postings and hires.

    --Engineering jobs pay well and are pretty secure, and there are roughly 47,000 unfilled positions out there, according to estimates.

    --IT and computer administration--51,000

    --There are nearly 300,000 unique job postings for nurses going up every month

    https://www.cheatsheet.com/money-car...mployees.html/


    Nobody is going to get a good paying job unless they acquire some education, skill, or experience to qualify for them.

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the mean hourly wage is $24.98.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash View Post
    The problem isn't that there are not enough good jobs to go around but that too many people don't have the skills for those jobs. Chicago announced 50,000 high paying jobs they could not fill. There is a large shortage of truck drivers that pay up to $80,000 a year.

    --Almost 84,000 openings for software developers are on the books.

    --there is a gap of approximately 46,000 between web developer job postings and hires.

    --Engineering jobs pay well and are pretty secure, and there are roughly 47,000 unfilled positions out there, according to estimates.

    --IT and computer administration--51,000

    --There are nearly 300,000 unique job postings for nurses going up every month

    https://www.cheatsheet.com/money-car...mployees.html/


    Nobody is going to get a good paying job unless they acquire some education, skill, or experience to qualify for them.

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the mean hourly wage is $24.98.
    But somehow the USA cannot offer the skills training or education? Keep the masses dumbed down by design and grateful for the crumbs that trickle down on them by the corporate puppet masters who cry over paying taxes. Boy oh boy...the USA went so far off the rails that we have billionaires crying over taxes...

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    This is why our separation in all but name is necessary.


    https://newrepublic.com/article/1409...mp-red-america

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micawber View Post
    It's been three years, why hasn't Trump done anything to make America Great Again?

    Where's the MAGA he promised?
    He has. These people have done nothing to improve themselves.
    ERIC CIARAMELLA whose name may not be spoken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micawber View Post
    More money for education at every level, more jobs programs and tech school funding and public funded scholarships at community colleges.
    More money for trade schools. More govt backed small business loans in urban centers. Raising taxes on the wealthy and corporations that effectively pay zero tax.
    So any changes to the current education system or status quo and just more cash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micawber View Post
    More money for education at every level, more jobs programs and tech school funding and public funded scholarships at community colleges.
    More money for trade schools. More govt backed small business loans in urban centers. Raising taxes on the wealthy and corporations that effectively pay zero tax.
    Like DJT has done ? Trouble is, you have to DO this to receive the benefit.
    ERIC CIARAMELLA whose name may not be spoken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinnabar View Post
    But somehow the USA cannot offer the skills training or education? Keep the masses dumbed down by design and grateful for the crumbs that trickle down on them by the corporate puppet masters who cry over paying taxes. Boy oh boy...the USA went so far off the rails that we have billionaires crying over taxes...
    There are more of those programs than you can count. Many of the classes go unfilled and have to be canceled. Community colleges, technical schools, job training programs by unions, apprenticeship programs, Job Corps (that pays living expenses and hourly wages, and job training), and high school vocational programs are all available.

    There is no shortage of job training programs for those interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flash View Post
    There are more of those programs than you can count. Many of the classes go unfilled and have to be canceled. Community colleges, technical schools, job training programs by unions, apprenticeship programs, Job Corps (that pays living expenses and hourly wages, and job training), and high school vocational programs are all available.

    There is no shortage of job training programs for those interested.
    Interesting, why do you believe that is? Are people just not taking advantage of the resources available to them? Are they unaware these programs exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micawber View Post
    More money for education at every level, more jobs programs and tech school funding and public funded scholarships at community colleges.
    More money for trade schools. More govt backed small business loans in urban centers. Raising taxes on the wealthy and corporations that effectively pay zero tax.
    Bravo!!!!!............realistic solutions instead of attacking.......that's all we can ask for.

    Also not all the low paying jobs are tech driven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinnabar View Post
    If we can get rid of the GOP by making them as inconsequential as they should be, this could be achieved. The Green New Deal would create tons of jobs but a corporate Dem will not get these things done either. College used to be free...

    What Happened to Tuition-Free College?
    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/what-...ion_b_10240514
    Bravo........now we're on the right track.

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