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95 Percent Of The Jobs Lost During The Recession Were Middle Class Jobs !

 
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95 Percent Of The Jobs Lost During The Recession Were Middle Class Jobs !
That is an absolutely astounding figure. Yes, some executives lost their jobs during the last recession as did some minimum-wage workers. But overwhelmingly the jobs that were lost were middle income jobs. Sadly, the limited number of jobs that have been added since the end of the last recession have mostly been low income jobs. A higher percentage of Americans are working low income jobs than ever before, and the cost of living continues to rise at a very brisk pace. This is causing an erosion of the middle class unlike anything we have ever seen in American history.


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Re: 95 Percent Of The Jobs Lost During The Recession Were Middle Class Jobs !
I read at least 10 years ago that "they" were going to turn the US into a 3rd world economy, and it's come to pass.
IF Ron Paul (yes I'm a Paul thumper) had been elected in 2008, maybe he could have reversed the problem, but NOOOOOOO, 95% of America was too tarded to vote for him. Only the far right end of the Bell curve got the message last time. IF ONLY he can make it this time to start the recovery. But it's up to all of YOU to get him elected.
The recovery starts with repudiating the debt to the Fed and abolishing it. Romney will NOT abolish the fed. He will just be the 3rd of Bush/oboma/romney and the Depression will continue.
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I can vouch for this totally. We used to be middle class, able to take 1 or 2 vacations every year, no problem. I have been looking for full time employment ( middle class jobs), Now I work part-time, no vacations in over 11 years..on verge of losing our home, unable to save anything at all. I am not a shopper either, no flat screen tv, in fact no tv at all..gets harder every year to just exist. Thankful for the PT job though, was lucky to find that.

Edit: Also I don't drink, party etc, so not spending $ on those things..bare neccesitys. Definitly below the poverty line.
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Re: 95 Percent Of The Jobs Lost During The Recession Were Middle Class Jobs !
That is an absolutely astounding figure. Yes, some executives lost their jobs during the last recession as did some minimum-wage workers. But overwhelmingly the jobs that were lost were middle income jobs. Sadly, the limited number of jobs that have been added since the end of the last recession have mostly been low income jobs. A higher percentage of Americans are working low income jobs than ever before, and the cost of living continues to rise at a very brisk pace. This is causing an erosion of the middle class unlike anything we have ever seen in American history.


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how's that change working for u....
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Re: 95 Percent Of The Jobs Lost During The Recession Were Middle Class Jobs !
That is an absolutely astounding figure. Yes, some executives lost their jobs during the last recession as did some minimum-wage workers. But overwhelmingly the jobs that were lost were middle income jobs. Sadly, the limited number of jobs that have been added since the end of the last recession have mostly been low income jobs. A higher percentage of Americans are working low income jobs than ever before, and the cost of living continues to rise at a very brisk pace. This is causing an erosion of the middle class unlike anything we have ever seen in American history.


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how's that change working for u....
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Of course, thus all the foreclosures...the rich and the poor don't have mortgages...
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