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August 4, 2012
As the U.S. economy limps along into its fourth year of a tepid recovery, its job creation machine remains badly broken
August 1, 2012
About 40 percent more people are working temporary jobs than ing the summer of 2009, but this does not indicate an increase in hiring.
July 16, 2012
"Credit cannot expand any further because the private sector is incapable of repaying the debt it has already, and if credit begins to contract, there’s a very real danger that we will collapse into a new Great Depression. If this credit bubble pops, the depression could be so severe that I don’t think our civilization could survive it.”
You want to make a good living and do well for yourself or your family.
But you see it’s nearly impossible: There’s no job security any more; Businesses are shrinking and closing; Salaries are being cut; and, meanwhile, costs and problems are increasing. Maybe you’re okay for now, but you see no way to pay for your kid’s college, or for retirement. Or maybe the blow has already struck: Someone in the family lost a job, or you can’t afford to help an elderly parent or a disabled relative, or someone you love is facing serious illness.
Picture your success in the world as it is today.
Picture earning more than you spend, managing money with confidence, and saving for retirement or your kid’s school. Picture finding new, less expensive ways to get healthy and stay healthy, so you don’t have to rely on traditional medicine with its endlessly increasing costs. Picture your own life and family stable and confident, even in an increasingly turbulent sea of economic troubles around you.
But it won’t be easy.
It was hard enough before we entered the Great Recession in 2007. There’s no government bail out for main street, and there’s no reason to think any strong or lasting economic recovery will come in the next couple of decades. So you, me, each family – we’re on our own. And it’s not just the economy. Our parents are living longer than anyone imagined after retirement, and many seniors will run out of money. As a society, we face a spiral of increasing health and disability issues with no affordable solutions coming from the hospitals and pharmaceutical companies. We need to create a whole new way of living just to survive. But we want to do more than survive. We want to thrive.
You’re willing to do the work, but you don’t know the way.
We’ll show you the way.
There are actually many avenues to success. We’ll help you pick the right one for you, get to work, and achieve success by using your smarts (plus our expertise) and your hard work (plus our guidance and support).
The Jobless Economy Network helps you establish an independent homestead and the basis for a successful future, both financially rewarding and personally fulfilling. The Jobless Economy Network think tank understands what is happening our society. No, we don’t have a crystal ball. We just have a lot of common sense, some excellent training, and a willingness to face the truth that seems all too rare, these days. And one more thing: We know what a good thing looks like. There are tons of failed systems and scams out there. We’ve combed through them, and we’re on a continual search for best practice solutions to your very real problems. You’ll find a way clear of your troubles right here on this site, whether it’s a book, an income opportunity, or some consulting and coaching.
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