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50% Unemployment is ALREADY HERE!!!!!

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November 03, 2009 – Comments (9)

IN A NUMBER OF INDUSTRIES.....

Architecture is approximately 60%

Real Estate Sales...factoring income dimunation and worker drop out OVER 50%

Mortgage Broker/Administration OVER 50%

Residential Contruction OVER 50%

New Home Construction Suppliers OVER 50%

Auto Manufacturing 50%

Land Development OVER 50%

Shopping Center Development OVER 50%

Condo Development OVER 50%

Areas Right Now Suffering Massive Wage and Job Cuts......

Restaurant/Hospitality/Travel

Drug Sales

Heath Care/Hospitals...

IT......

Police Departments

Fire Departments

Schools

Universities

City, County and State Government Workers

Again.....It is not the end of the World.....Just the end of the world as you know it.

If you are not prepared for a 50% reduction in family income.....you are not prepared.

9 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On November 03, 2009 at 10:32 AM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

You can add Advertising.....Media.....Newspaper Publishing to the list of Massive Wage and Job Cuts

Areas seeing lots of growth right now:

Military

Welfare

Unemployment

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#2) On November 03, 2009 at 11:35 AM, leohaas (31.21) wrote:

I thought we were at 110% already.

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#3) On November 03, 2009 at 12:11 PM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

LOL - Well this is not so bad after all.  Since only 50% are employed, then only 50% need to prepare.

One thing I do know:  100% of Alstry's blogs are 50% entertaining, 49% filler, 1% links copied from the mainstream media that Alstry claims are liars liars liars...

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#4) On November 03, 2009 at 12:25 PM, alasker (< 20) wrote:

our small family company just got notice our health plans are going up at least 13% this year in NY (never understood why we cant have catastrophic insurance). I wonder if our representatives who are hundreds of miles away in their nice offices and 150-200K jobs have any appreciation to how much individuals and small businesses can take?

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#5) On November 03, 2009 at 12:29 PM, stationfool (33.72) wrote:

not sure where you are getting your information from.  in the mortgage business for 13 years..  my income for 2009 is 72% lower than in 2006... but I am still working, as are most people I know who were in the mortgage industry in '06... i am still paying my bills, and even managed a few vacations this year.. end of the world as we know it ain't so bad

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#6) On November 03, 2009 at 12:31 PM, alstry (36.32) wrote:

With so many new uninsured....expect rates to skyrocket going forward.

Bank HSBC cutting 1,700 UK jobs

Remember...we have yet to really feel the effects of CIT yet.

It is interesting how so many are unaware or indifferent to the serious issues confronting our nation.  With so manz laying off, very few are hiring.

My guess is that officials are already making plans on how occupy our citizens....war has always been the most expedient choice.

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#7) On November 03, 2009 at 12:40 PM, AvianFlu (21.31) wrote:

I think people are underestimating just how much impact the CIT bankruptcy will have on average Americans. At this point it is difficult to tell, but I think by Jan or Feb we will begin to see many more vacant storefronts. There are a lot of small business that are just hanging on by a thread.

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#8) On November 03, 2009 at 12:53 PM, alasker (< 20) wrote:

unless you are a college president, a politician, a partner at a bank that just got a bailout, a specialty doctor, or a CEO who nominated half the people on the corporate board that overseas your compensation- you are hanging on by a thread

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#9) On November 03, 2009 at 2:47 PM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

"My guess is that officials are already making plans on how occupy our citizens....war has always been the most expedient choice."

Your conspiracy theories help to make you look just that much more Alstrydiculous

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