reply to post by jjf3rd77
What are you saying? That spending trillions of dollars on "green" tech and other nutjob ideas that only created a million short term jobs isn't
the way to fix the problem?
If employers pay their employees a wage that meets the cost of living than there will be an economic boom, if they don't there will be a recession,
as all the disposable income is dried up and now can't buy products.
It isn't nearly as hard to understand the concept. They make it overly complicated to skew the data so that evveryday people don't realize what
they are doing.
Look at history, recessions and depressions don't happen during times where workers are paid well for their time. They only happen during times when
the rich shrink wages. For personnal greed, as now workers can't meet their commitments in bills, this causes a cascade effect that reachs evvery
corner of the economy, except the rich guys that caused it of course, they always remain rich.
The only way to fix the economy is for employers to pay a wage that at least meets the cost of living in ones area, which in turn leads to
dispossable income, that people use to purchase services, which makes jobs.
Economics is very easy to understand, it is only made to seem complicated to keep everyday people from understanding it.