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Old May 4th, 2014, 06:32 AM
bonnyprincecharlie bonnyprincecharlie is offline
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Default And the number of dropouts continues to grow....

Dropouts continue to grow probably some of them can be attributed to people who have guit their jobs to retire since they can get Obamacare medical coverage.

Sad fact is that good jobs that are gone are gone forever and low
level jobs are the only ones available. Those people that had those jobs are gone. It's like the Detroit job market. Those jobs in Detroit are gone and will never come back.

I know of one professional who lost his job. Opportunities for his reemployment are basically nonexistent. His salary was healthy and will not be compensated by unemployment pay and food stamps. I would love to see some government numbers on how many high-paid professionals have been unemployed and what the cost of this situation is costing the economy.
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