Companies are coming back to America with Jobs. Are they sending the company, the whole company, and nothing but the company? I kind of highly doubt that. Companies that have moved their operation out of the United States since the NAFTA was signed have been getting dirt cheap labor in places like India, Asian Continent, Caribbean Islands, and other places where call-centers have been rushed off to. But jobs are coming back and President Obama is highlighting the efforts of these Corporations.
Obama noted that the jobs report showed the economy added more than 200,000 private sector jobs last month and that more than 3 million private sector jobs had been added during the past 22 months. He said the nation was “starting 2012 with manufacturing on the rise and the American auto industry on the mend.”
The president said the U.S. couldn’t return “to the days when the financial system was stacking the deck against ordinary Americans,” citing his decision to install former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as the director of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau while the Senate was on break, circumventing Republican opposition to the appointment.(Quote from Wral.com)
Tye underlying message is that jobs are opening up again and companies are starting to hire. The economy seems to have healed in some parts. Manufacturers are starting to build on U.S. soil again, which should make for a much healthier than we began to see after 2001.
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