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16 января, 22:08

ETFs & Stocks Unfazed by Softer December Retail Sales

December retail sales came in softer than expected, but still position these ETFs and stocks for further profits.

16 января, 18:59

Macy's (M) at 52-Week Low: What's Weighing on the Stock?

Shares of Macy's (M) were down to a 52-week low of $29.66 on Jan 13, 2017, on dismal holiday sales. The company trimmed its fiscal 2016 earnings projection.

16 января, 17:45

Amazon, Karl Marx... and Creative Destruction

Karl Marx predicted our capitalist system would tear itself apart. It may be hard to believe, but the “creative destruction” happening now is actually a sign of progress...

16 января, 16:03

Wal-Mart Streamlining its Online Team to Compete with Amazon

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT) is reorganizing its e-commerce unit and changing job roles to enhance focus on customers and strengthen its online team.

16 января, 13:41

GameStop (GME) Plunges on Sluggish Holiday Sales Results

The challenging retail landscape, aggressive promotional strategies and waning store traffic weighed on GameStop (GME) holiday sales results.

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16 января, 00:10

Amazon мирится с Трампом

В результате новой инициативы число сотрудников Amazon в США за полтора года вырастет до 280 000, между тем еще в 2011 г. ее штат составлял 30 000. Столь быстрый рост гиганта интернет-торговли больно ударил по бизнесу традиционных ритейлеров, включая Macy’s и Sears Holdings, которым приходится закрывать целые магазины и упразднять тысячи рабочих мест.

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16 января, 00:10

Amazon создаст в США более 100 000 рабочих мест

В результате новой инициативы число сотрудников Amazon в США за полтора года вырастет до 280 000, между тем еще в 2011 г. ее штат составлял 30 000. Столь быстрый рост гиганта интернет-торговли больно ударил по бизнесу традиционных ритейлеров, включая Macy’s и Sears Holdings, которым приходится закрывать целые магазины и упразднять тысячи рабочих мест.

14 января, 04:59

Avoid a Layoff: 25 Best Employers for Job Security

Hoping to avoid a layoff? Try finding a job with one of these organizations, the best employers in the U.S. for job security, according to Indeed.com.

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14 января, 00:33

Macy's fires chief growth officer Peter Sachse

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13 января, 14:53

SodaStream (SODA) Hits a 52-Week High on High Demand

Shares of SodaStream International Ltd. (SODA) scaled a new 52-week high of $41.85 on Jan 12.

13 января, 02:31

Fossil (FOSL) Trimming Headcount: Cost-Cutting the Culprit?

Fossil Group, Inc. (FOSL) is eliminating about 50 employees this week at its Richardson headquarters, as part of a cost-cutting move.

12 января, 15:00

Trump Thanks L.L. Bean, the Latest Retailer Caught Between Him and His Critics

The world of retail boycotts in a divided United States

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12 января, 07:00

Another nail in the American mall's coffin gets hammered home

 Both Macy's and Sears announced the closure of many of their stores across America recently, resulting in the loss of thousands of jobs. But that's not the worst part of their closures, according to The Resident. The Financial Armageddon Economic Collapse Blog tracks trends and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit http://FinanceArmageddon.blogspot.com or http://www.figanews.com/ or http://goldbasics.blogspot.com for full links, other content, and more! ]]

11 января, 22:56

What Dampened the Holiday Mood of These Department Stores?

The impact of challenging retail landscape, stiff competition from online retailers and waning store traffic was clearly visible on these stocks.

11 января, 21:46

Unsurprisingly, Celebrities Were Not Impressed With Donald Trump's Press Conference

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); On Wednesday, Donald Trump held his first press conference since he won the election in November. It began with both incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Vice President-elect Mike Pence condemning BuzzFeed’s decision to release an unverified intelligence report claiming Russian spies possessed “compromising personal and financial information about Trump.” When Trump took to the podium, he also denounced the report, and spoke about election-related hacking, his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and Obamacare, among other issues, before turning things over to Sheri Dillon, a lawyer who spoke at length about Trump’s business and conflicts of interest. The whole presser was really something ... and celebrities reacted appropriately: im gonna need a bigger TV to fit this administrations ego on.— lily allen (@lilyallen) January 11, 2017 Trump is brilliant deflector. Answers not one question.— Andy Cohen (@Andy) January 11, 2017 RELEASE YOUR TAX RETURNS— Andy Cohen (@Andy) January 11, 2017 This trump press conference feel more like a mandatory school assembly than a press conference. Now Mrs Dillon will talk about businesses.— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) January 11, 2017 What?! https://t.co/imG13iKvkd— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) January 11, 2017 We are truly in the golden age of irony— Will Arnett™ (@arnettwill) January 11, 2017 He wants us to know he is vindictive & it's working well4 him. Astonishing the people who r known 4 speaking out NOT speaking out. Crushing— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) January 11, 2017 every time he says "friend of mine, great guy" you know that person is evil personified— lily allen (@lilyallen) January 11, 2017 It's like watching a float in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) January 11, 2017 Pushing for Pussy Riot for the inauguration— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) January 11, 2017 Now this press conference sounds like a spelling bee. EMOLUMENT. Can you use that in a sentence?— Jesse Tyler Ferguson (@jessetyler) January 11, 2017 Welp, sounds like Trump's press conference was mature and dignified and calmed the nerves of a unified and grateful nation. NOT!— josh groban (@joshgroban) January 11, 2017 The "anti-Hollywood" candidate ended his press conference with his TV CATCHPHRASE. So if I'm ever Pres, I get to end with "What the deuce"?— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) January 11, 2017 Lock him up— Michael Carney (@carneymichael) January 11, 2017 This press conference is . He's unable to cogently put words together. This is the next dude?— Don Cheadle (@DonCheadle) January 11, 2017 I literally have the TV on mute & scrolling thru Twitter rxns because to actually HEAR him spew the nonsense makes me physically uneasy.— Retta (@unfoRETTAble) January 11, 2017 Trump is a chronic ORIGINATOR of fake news, such as Obama's birth certificate obsession/lunacy and all the other lies he tells w no regard— Chelsea Peretti (@chelseaperetti) January 11, 2017 4 years. https://t.co/b73EZpnURb— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) January 11, 2017 Modern politics is like Black Mirror written by George Orwell & directed by Oliver Stone.— RainnWilson (@rainnwilson) January 11, 2017 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

11 января, 16:54

Ascena Stock Plunges on Soft Holiday Sales & Lowered View

Ascena Retail Group Inc.'s (ASNA) stock plunged nearly 10% after the company posted dismal sales data for the holiday season extending from Nov 19, 2016 through Jan 2, 2017.

11 января, 14:55

Wal-Mart (WMT) Announces Job Cuts to Bring Down Expenses

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (WMT) reported that it will eliminate about 1000 jobs this month, mostly in the human resources department, as the company is struggling with rising expenses.

11 января, 11:55

6 T-Shirts You Never Knew You Needed for Winter

Assuming that you should store your T-shirts away until spring arrives? Think again. These tees are the styles you never knew you needed for winter.

10 января, 21:42

10,000 Jobs Donald Trump Doesn't Care About At All

Facing seismic shifts in the way Americans shop, Macy’s recently announced it was closing 68 stores around the country, laying off thousands of workers  ― many of them low-paid sales associates, plenty of women and people of color, many working at failing malls where jobs are getting harder to come by. In total, after Macy’s is done cutting back, more than 10,000 people will lose their jobs.  President-elect Donald Trump doesn’t appear to care about those workers. Trump, who ran on a platform of bringing back and creating jobs, responded to Macy’s layoff news with glee ― as a personal victory for himself. [email protected] was one of the worst performing stocks on the S&P last year, plunging 46%,” Trump tweeted. “Very disloyal company. Another win for Trump! Boycott.” .@Macys was one of the worst performing stocks on the S&P last year, plunging 46%. Very disloyal company. Another win for Trump! Boycott.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 7, 2016 At first glance, the tweet is easy to understand: In the summer of 2015, Macy’s cut ties with Trump in response to the offensive remarks the then-GOP presidential candidate had made about Mexicans. Trump and his followers launched a boycott. So, of course, the president-elect sees the company’s news in personal terms. But there’s something else going on. And it has everything to do with the kinds of jobs Trump feels are worthy of attention. So far, he has been almost totally concerned with old-school factory and manufacturing jobs, on the whole a declining part of the job market. Meanwhile, he’s ignored retail jobs, which employ a huge segment of working-class Americans. About 15 million Americans work in the retail industry, a number projected by the Labor Department to grow to 16 million by 2024. Manufacturing jobs are projected to decline by 2 million over that time period. The problem is: retail jobs aren’t great jobs. The median hourly wage for a retail salesperson is $10.47 an hour, according to the Labor Department. The benefits are poor. Women make up the majority of low-paid retail workers, according to a 2015 report from progressive think tank Demos. A common misconception about who works in retail is that they are teenagers and students putting themselves through school, but the Demos report paints a different picture. Among low-wage earning retail workers who are women, 36 percent have children at home. “Donald Trump isn’t worried about losing these jobs or aiming to raise standards for people working in these jobs,” Amy Traub, associate director of policy and research at Demos told The Huffington Post. But retail jobs aren’t going away and as increasing numbers of working families depend on the wages from these jobs, it’s imperative to find a way to improve them. Americans depend on their wages from retail jobs to raise families. They need to be able to get time off to deal with sick kids or a pregnancy, they need to put food on the table, to see the doctor. Traub notes that the way you make these jobs better is hardly a secret. First, you raise the minimum wage. Second, you enact paid sick leave and paid parental leave. You put in place better regulations around scheduling ― as some states have done ― so that working parents aren’t at the mercy of daily changing schedules. It’s worth noting that the factory jobs Trump is so keen on saving didn’t used to be great jobs. Unions fought for better working conditions and pay and the federal government put in place laws to protect these unions. “Making it easier for workers to organize may be the key to turning service jobs into good jobs, as well,” Traub said. Don’t hold your breath for a Trump administration that supports unions. Trump’s pick to head up the Department of Labor, fast-food CEO Andy Puzder, vehemently opposes the Fight for $15 movement, which seeks to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 from its current $7.25. Union officials see him as an opponent of working people.  More than 10,000 layoffs at Macy's and we hear nothing from the president-elect. And yet Trump models himself as the champion of the working man. “Too many of our leaders have forgotten that it’s their duty to protect the jobs, wages and well-being of American workers before any other consideration,” Trump said in a speech on jobs in September in New York. He proposed turning this situation around by lowering taxes, reducing regulations and offering working families a child care tax credit. (None of those moves would’ve saved the jobs of those Macy’s workers, by the way.) Macy’s is facing immense competition from the web and from speciality and discount stores that are steadily stealing away its clientele. These days, women buy their makeup at stores like Sephora, and their clothes at discount retailers like TJ Maxx. And of course, everyone shops online where Amazon is seeing tremendous growth. All of this has spelled doom for the nation’s malls, where Macy’s once dominated as the anchor store that brought in the business. Other middle-of-the-road department stores are struggling too, including Kohl’s, JC Penney and Sears. Even if Macy’s hadn’t insulted Trump, there’s little reason to believe he would’ve intervened to save the jobs of its workers. Their struggles simply don’t fit Trump’s view of the American job market or who gets to be a real American worker. “More than 10,000 layoffs at Macy’s and we hear nothing from the president-elect compared to 700 jobs in Indiana,” Traub said, referring to a tax deal Trump put together to save 800 jobs at Carrier Corporation’s gas furnace factory. “By ignoring this, Trump is telling his base these aren’t real jobs and the people working at them aren’t real Americans.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

10 января, 21:42

10,000 Jobs Donald Trump Doesn't Care About At All

Facing seismic shifts in the way Americans shop, Macy’s recently announced it was closing 68 stores around the country, laying off thousands of workers  ― many of them low-paid sales associates, plenty of women and people of color, many working at failing malls where jobs are getting harder to come by. In total, after Macy’s is done cutting back, more than 10,000 people will lose their jobs.  President-elect Donald Trump doesn’t appear to care about those workers. Trump, who ran on a platform of bringing back and creating jobs, responded to Macy’s layoff news with glee ― as a personal victory for himself. [email protected] was one of the worst performing stocks on the S&P last year, plunging 46%,” Trump tweeted. “Very disloyal company. Another win for Trump! Boycott.” .@Macys was one of the worst performing stocks on the S&P last year, plunging 46%. Very disloyal company. Another win for Trump! Boycott.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 7, 2016 At first glance, the tweet is easy to understand: In the summer of 2015, Macy’s cut ties with Trump in response to the offensive remarks the then-GOP presidential candidate had made about Mexicans. Trump and his followers launched a boycott. So, of course, the president-elect sees the company’s news in personal terms. But there’s something else going on. And it has everything to do with the kinds of jobs Trump feels are worthy of attention. So far, he has been almost totally concerned with old-school factory and manufacturing jobs, on the whole a declining part of the job market. Meanwhile, he’s ignored retail jobs, which employ a huge segment of working-class Americans. About 15 million Americans work in the retail industry, a number projected by the Labor Department to grow to 16 million by 2024. Manufacturing jobs are projected to decline by 2 million over that time period. The problem is: retail jobs aren’t great jobs. The median hourly wage for a retail salesperson is $10.47 an hour, according to the Labor Department. The benefits are poor. Women make up the majority of low-paid retail workers, according to a 2015 report from progressive think tank Demos. A common misconception about who works in retail is that they are teenagers and students putting themselves through school, but the Demos report paints a different picture. Among low-wage earning retail workers who are women, 36 percent have children at home. “Donald Trump isn’t worried about losing these jobs or aiming to raise standards for people working in these jobs,” Amy Traub, associate director of policy and research at Demos told The Huffington Post. But retail jobs aren’t going away and as increasing numbers of working families depend on the wages from these jobs, it’s imperative to find a way to improve them. Americans depend on their wages from retail jobs to raise families. They need to be able to get time off to deal with sick kids or a pregnancy, they need to put food on the table, to see the doctor. Traub notes that the way you make these jobs better is hardly a secret. First, you raise the minimum wage. Second, you enact paid sick leave and paid parental leave. You put in place better regulations around scheduling ― as some states have done ― so that working parents aren’t at the mercy of daily changing schedules. It’s worth noting that the factory jobs Trump is so keen on saving didn’t used to be great jobs. Unions fought for better working conditions and pay and the federal government put in place laws to protect these unions. “Making it easier for workers to organize may be the key to turning service jobs into good jobs, as well,” Traub said. Don’t hold your breath for a Trump administration that supports unions. Trump’s pick to head up the Department of Labor, fast-food CEO Andy Puzder, vehemently opposes the Fight for $15 movement, which seeks to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 from its current $7.25. Union officials see him as an opponent of working people.  More than 10,000 layoffs at Macy's and we hear nothing from the president-elect. And yet Trump models himself as the champion of the working man. “Too many of our leaders have forgotten that it’s their duty to protect the jobs, wages and well-being of American workers before any other consideration,” Trump said in a speech on jobs in September in New York. He proposed turning this situation around by lowering taxes, reducing regulations and offering working families a child care tax credit. (None of those moves would’ve saved the jobs of those Macy’s workers, by the way.) Macy’s is facing immense competition from the web and from speciality and discount stores that are steadily stealing away its clientele. These days, women buy their makeup at stores like Sephora, and their clothes at discount retailers like TJ Maxx. And of course, everyone shops online where Amazon is seeing tremendous growth. All of this has spelled doom for the nation’s malls, where Macy’s once dominated as the anchor store that brought in the business. Other middle-of-the-road department stores are struggling too, including Kohl’s, JC Penney and Sears. Even if Macy’s hadn’t insulted Trump, there’s little reason to believe he would’ve intervened to save the jobs of its workers. Their struggles simply don’t fit Trump’s view of the American job market or who gets to be a real American worker. “More than 10,000 layoffs at Macy’s and we hear nothing from the president-elect compared to 700 jobs in Indiana,” Traub said, referring to a tax deal Trump put together to save 800 jobs at Carrier Corporation’s gas furnace factory. “By ignoring this, Trump is telling his base these aren’t real jobs and the people working at them aren’t real Americans.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

04 октября 2014, 20:51

Пол Крейг Робертс. Плохие новости с фронта вакансий.

 http://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/images/user5/imageroot/2014/09/monthly%20change.jpg  Прежде чем мы с вами прочитаем статью Пола Крейга Робертса, изучим сначала рекогносцировку местности поля боя, поэтому прочитаем сводки, поступающие с экономических боевых полей США, а именно, с рынка занятости. Первым делом нам важно знать, из-за чего, собственно, сыр-бор и гнев  бывшего помощника министра финансов? Читаем донесение, картинка выше: Количество рабочих мест в экономике США увеличилось в сентябре на 248 тыс. после роста на скорректированные 180 тыс. месяцем ранее, подтверждают данные министерства труда страны. Безработица в США в сентябре снизилась до 5,9% - минимального уровня с июля 2008 г., по сравнению с августовскими 6,1%. Экономисты не ожидали изменения безработицы по сравнению показателем предыдущего месяца. Число американцев, впервые обратившихся за пособием по безработице, на прошлой неделе снизилось на 8 тыс. до 287 тыс., говорится в отчете Министерства труда США. Согласно пересмотренным данным на предыдущей неделе было подано 295 тыс. заявок, а не 293 тыс., как сообщалось ранее.Число продолжающих получать пособие по безработице американцев за неделю, завершившуюся 20 сентября, упало на 45 тыс. до 2,398 млн человек, минимального уровня с июня 2006 г. 4 Of 5 Top Job Additions In September Were Low Or Minimum Wage Зерохедж:4 из 5 нанятых были заняты в низкооплачиваемой работе. Преимущественно в розничной торговле, досуг и гостеприимство, образование и медицина и амбулаторное исследование.  Labor Participation Rate Drops To 36 Year Low; Record 92.6 Million Americans Not In Labor Force Зерохедж: Самые низкие показатели доли рабочей силы за 36 лет- 62, 7% ; 92,6 миллионов американцев пребывают вне рынка труда.  диаграмма занятости к общей численности  "Hiring Grandparents Only": 230K September Jobs Added In 55-69 Age Group;10K Lost In Prime, 25-54 Group Зерохедж: "Наем только бабушек и дедушек". Наем сотрудников осуществлялся преимущественно 55-69 лет- 230000; 25-54 года- потеряли 10000, 20-24 года- 72000  The Wageless Recovery: Average Hourly Earnings Suffer First Monthly Decline Since July 2013 Зерохедж: Средняя почасовая оплата составила $ 24,53 против $ 24,54 в августе  Далее нам попадается информация об увольнении шахтеров из Западной Вирджинии: Congress Considers Federal Assistance For Laid-Off Coal Miners Конгресс рассматривает возможность федеральной помощи увеленным шахтерам. Крупная угледобывающая компания Alpha Natural Resources, третья по величине в мире поставщик коксующегося угля, сообщила 26 сентября, что намерены уволить 261 человека; т.о. с 2011 года уволено 20 000 человек.  По состоянию на март 2014 года, насчитывалось около 79 000 рабочих мест в угольной промышленности в США, что на 8,3% меньше, чем годом ранее.При этом в солнечной энергетике занято 143 000 человек. (я это объясняю просто- солнечная энергетика, хоть и банкротна, но позволяет создавать излишнюю накрутку энергетическим компаниям. Например, даже если ты приобрел солнечные батареи в собственность,а потом их установил на своем участке, то все равно за выработку э/э ты платишь энергетической компании, так как выработка э/э разрешена только им, т.е. ты платишь буквально за пользование солнечным светом).  Егишянц: безработица упала на то же число людей, сколько было изгнано их из рабочей силы: 2 млн. человек за последний год, в т.ч. 300 тыс. за месяц – иначе говоря, реально безработица остаётся прежней. Более того, совокупный прирост занятости оказался много ниже прибавки числа рабочих мест с частичной загрузкой (part-time workers) и самозанятых (self-employed) – причём радоваться  тут нет даже минимального повода: к примеру, последние (по методике статистиков) суть вовсе не настоящие фрилансеры или мелкие предприниматели, а как раз те самые изгнанные из рабсилы и имевшие неосторожность, допустим, продать через интернет какую-нибудь безделицу – таковых Бюро трудовой статистики тут же объявляет сачками и вообще перестаёт учитывать как ищущих работу. Весьма характерно, что обычная полная занятость (т.е. число людей, которые имеют работу и получают за неё зарплату) даже уменьшается – и довольно активно. К тому же ещё упала ещё и почасовая оплата труда – и единственный позитив на самом деле дало лишь снижение застойности безработицы: а восторгу-то на рынках! – мда, вот уж где Оруэлл и Кафка отдыхают… Тактим образом мы с вами морально приготовились принять жесткую и тяжелую правду-матку, которую нам будет резать Пол Крейг Робертс, в очередной раз развенчивая неудачные манипуляции факира, на этот раз BLS More Bad News From The Jobs Front Бюро статистики труда нам с утра сообщает:" Количество рабочих мест увеличилось в сентябре на 248 тыс., уровень безработицы снизился до 5, 9%". Как такое может быть? Как я уже сообщал, американские корпорации инвестируют в выкуп собственных акций, а не в создание новых предприятий с новыми рабочими местами. Согласно докладу о бедности Бюро переписи населения США реальный средний реальный доход семьи снизился до уровня 1994 года.Потребительский кредит и реальные розничные продажи не растут. Строительство ограничивается арендным жильем. Строительство показывает 16000 рабочих мест, половина из которых является "специальными торговыми подрядчиками" или домашние мастера. Нам сообщается о 35300 новых рабочих мест в розничной торговле. Но как это возможно, если ритейлеры JC Penny's, Macy's, Sears и the dollar store закрыли свои магазины, сдавая свои площади в аренду? В то время, когда имеется избыток офисных зданий, создающих всего 500 рабочих мест в промышленном и гражданском строительстве, говорится о создании новых 6000 рабочих мест в "архитектурных и инженерных услугах". Какую работу они могут сделать? 4900 рабочих мест в компьютерной отрасли (computer systems jobs)  , скорее всего, являются краткосрочными от 6 до 18 месяцев. Те, кто имеет рабочие места, оформлены как "независимые подрядчики". Можно обратить внимание на необычно высокое число - 81000 , приходящееся на "профессиональные и деловые услуги" (“professional and business services”) , из которых 60000 являются "административные и незначительные услуги" (“administrative and waste services), которые в первую очередь нужно понимать как "временные". Здравоохранение и социальная помощь (“Health care and social assistance”) составляют 22700 рабочих мест, из которых  63% приходится на "амбулаторные медицинские услуги" (ambulatory health care services”). Исполнительное искусство и зрелищные виды спорта (“Performing arts and spectator sports”) дали экономике 7200 рабочих мест, 20400 американцев нашли себе работу в качестве официанток и барменов. Государственными чиновниками было нанято 22000 человек. Давайте вышедший доклад , дискредитировавший модель " рождения - смерти" , завышающий в среднем ежемесячную зарплату 50000 и манипуляцию сезонных корректировок , проигнорируем и допустим,что предложенные нам цифры реальны. Какую экономику мы увидим? Мы увидим рабочую силу страны третьего мира с обширным предложением низкооплачиваемого труда сервисных работ. Люди, работающие неполный рабочий день и на подряде , не имеющие возможность содержать домохозяйство или получить ипотечный кредит. Джон Тита, Дэйв Кранцлер и я показали,что эти рабочие места заполняются лицами старше 55 лет , которые соглашаются на низкооплачиваему работу, чтобы получить скудный доход для выхода на пенсию. Бэби-бумеры являются лишь частью рабочей силы, но той, участие которой в рынке труда быстро растет- 93% от всех нанятых за сентябрь. Поскольку американская рабочая сила продолжает свой переход от первого мира к третьему ,реальный средний доход семьи будет продолжать снижаться. Социальные лифты (в американском варианте звучит как "лестница восходящей мобильности" Ladders of upward mobility) продолжают быть демонтированными, доход и благосостояние по-прежнему продолжают концентрироваться в руках (карманах) одного процента. Америка действительно является страной возможностей для немногих. America is truly a country run for the few.