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Re: Seven Jobs In Danger Of Disappearing Forever

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10-01-2013 16:28:14

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Well said.

I"m guessing that federales are not on the list.


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10-01-2013 17:50:16

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 Re: Seven Jobs In Danger Of Disappearing Forever in reply to Dean, 10-01-2013 16:28:14  
Nope. They are so not on the list, that DC is Boomtown. It is thriving in all aspects including new home builds. Pretty much the only place in our nation that is.

My job as a AT&T repairman takes me out and about. In my travels, I can't count the number of homes that I see either up for sale or foreclosure. People's dream castles going, going, gone. The places that they chose to raise families, send their children to college, watch them take their wedding vows and do it all themselves. Its a very scary view almost like watching the sky go from grey to black before a tornado comes down and ravages the countryside. You've seen it before, you know its coming, you hope that it doesn't, but you know that it is, just not when. While the rest of our nation limps along, DC is Boomtown. There is something inherently wrong with that, and disturbing that so many either don't care, or are oblivious to it.


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10-01-2013 18:40:45

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 Re: Seven Jobs In Danger Of Disappearing Forever in reply to Mark - IN., 10-01-2013 17:50:16  
I think most of Michigan is stuck in recession. Some areas, like A2, are doing very well. But most of my friends kids have moved out of state. Very few jobs pay well enough to support a home in Livingston county. From what I see, the kids are still leaving.

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