Sunday, January 29, 2017

Falling Standard of Livings Got Trump Elected

Building a wall, igniting trade wars or 'better' trade deals, banning immigration or freedom of movement, etc, are all 'solutions' directed at treating the symptoms of a greater structural problem of falling standard of livings (rising taxation and stagnant wages) within a service-based economy that boosts growing poverty rates in nearly all demographics.

Society must be willing to solve the structural problem by encouraging communities to invest in activities that support the rich diversity of culture and intellectual activities. As long as communities continue to divert resources in huge stadiums for children's or professional sporting event, or similar entertainment only investments, the cycle of falling standard of livings won't breakout until the existing system crashes and burns. History shows the later is the only consistent engine of change.

Headline: These are the largest employers in the U.S. — state by state

If you are in the market for a job and you don’t know where to start, this map might come in handy.

Olivet Nazarene University earlier this month published an infographic that showed who employed the most people in each state. Their data showed that retailers, universities and healthcare companies were among the biggest employers.



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