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05-22-2013, 11:54 AM
  #377
fysloc
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Theres always talks about supporting local economy, but then I just remembered, the type of jobs where these funds are going are the type of jobs a majority of unemployed people refuse to do or do not have the skills to do. Everybody wants to be the big boss manager office person to sit in his comfy chair, but nobody wants to be the labour guy that does the hard work through muscles and sweat, or even the technical person that fixes stuff.

So really, is supporting the local economy going to mean anything if theres insufficient workers willing to do the job? This is especially true in the manufacturing industry.

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