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The Coming Jobs War by James Clifton

We won the jobs war from 1970-2000? What next ?

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We won the jobs war from 1970-2000. What next ?

  • Feb 8, 2012
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The Coming Jobs War by James Clifton begins with the
USA having won the 1970-2000 jobs war by leading in new internet
technologies, superior business models and export knowhow.
 Winning future jobs wars can preserve the current 25% USA
share of  the global economy. James Clifton believes that this
growth can be sustained by tapping the resources of large cities,
 huge universities and the community connections
possessed by local leaders.

Most solutions begin locally. James Clifton believes that whatever
improves the jobs picture at the neighborhood level should be facilitated
through the prism of local leadership. If rezoning improves jobs and
economic opportunity, then part of the solution is to rezone.
In the new economy, there is a definite need for entrepreneurialship
or salesmanship. Leaders of countries who create new jobs require
adequate support systems in law, education, military plans for
transitioning resources for peaceful use and municipal planning.

Student engagement is needed to prevent large drop-out rates.
Key personal traits ae excellence in mathematics coupled with
leadership skills. Ultimately, student graduation is a very
important predictor of a municipality's future innovation and
entrepreneurialship potential.

Increments in the GDP are good for workers because new
jobs are created in the economy and more people are hired.
When more people are hired, consumer spending increases.
Growth may be achieved by cutting taxes and raising business
output.  When take-home pay is reduced, spending is
lowered , as well as GDP. China's GDP is expected to reach
$70 trillion dollars by 2040 with the United States trailing
at $30 trillion dollars in the same time frame.

The Coming Jobs War demonstrates that health care costs
are a large fiscal drain by multiple layers of government.
The area of behavioral economics recognizes that
more optimal eating choices, smoking cessation and moderation
in drinking are critical ingredients to reducing health care costs
rationally and permanently.

The Coming Jobs War by James Clifton is a wonderful
book which explains how the United States can keep
growing well into the future provided that simple steps
are taken now.

Credits: First Published on Blogcritics
We won the jobs war from 1970-2000. What next ?

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