posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 12:54 AM
That is half the citizen population. The rest to fill in the statistical gap are not citizens, but imports, legal and illegal.
Plus, John Doe is working 15 full time jobs because of ID theft, and Jane Doe is unemployed 15 times, yet still has a job, because of the same
corruption. All those unemployed, and yet, they get to WalMart, the destroyer of small business, at least once a month. Oh they are working, but
their employers aren't licensed for what they are doing.
It would be nice to have a one-job-per-person law. One corporate job at a time, personal work as much as you can handle. All those corporate
executives on boards of directors, coming in for 4 hours a week, maybe none some weeks, on several boards, collecting hundreds of millions of dollars
through mulitple mega-corporations, I'd like to thin that powerstacking out. That would also encourage smarter competition, not just luckier.
i can't forget the convenience store guy I met once, he worked 18 hours a day at 2 jobs, and commuted for a few hours, and was a zombie all day long.
Or the woman on the bus working 3 jobs, 2 part time and one full time, to get by for her family. 2 people doing the work for 5 people, job hoarding;
when I was jobless, I wanted what they had when I heard that, but had to grin and bear it. And computer crowding, where computers do the jobs that
people used to do, plus commuting every day for hours? Is this too much of a good thing?
Another place to double employment would be with removing city laws restricting the times a company can operate. Extra fees for operating before or
after certain hours? Not about liquor laws either, but 24 hour fees that restrict a company from employing more people. What if there was a 24 hour
mandatory open law? That is more jobs in the same amount of space. Another pile of jobs can come from mandatory full-service gas stations, not
unlike Oregon laws, where drivers cannot pump their own gas.
Or just kick out all the foreign workers and replace them with locals.