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March 15, 2010 – Comments (3)

Soon you too will understand what it is like to get a hot long injection from the Zombulator.....as AMERICA GETS OUTSOURCED AND MOST OF YOU FOOLS DON'T EVEN KNOW IT....BUT YOU WILL FEEL IT AS WE ENTER THE DIGITAL AGE.

Mortgage Delinquencies at Historic Highs  

Builders Confidence Falls on Weather, Foreclosures  

U.S. Suffers Net Capital Outflow in January

Update: California Teachers Get - 22,000 Layoff Notices

March 15 (today) is the annual legal deadline for school districts to send preliminary layoff notices, or pink slips, to teachers and other certificated school staff in California. More than 16,000 teachers lost their jobs last year, and roughly 10,000 classified school employees have met the same fate over the last couple of budget cycles.

"Today, nearly 22,000 educators, including librarians, counselors, and nurses have received pink slips," said David A. Sanchez, president of the California Teachers Association. "Class sizes will increase once again meaning less individual attention for each student.

Will Los Angeles Go Broke?

12+ Los Angeles Courts Expected to be Closed when Layoffs Happen Later This Month

The Alabama court system - 100

AS SOON AS WE SHUT DOWN THE INDUSTRIAL AGE.....WE CAN REBUILD INTO THE DIGITAL AGE.......

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 15, 2010 at 8:23 PM, jdlech (< 20) wrote:

There won't be a rebuilding into any age, digital or otherwise.  What most people don't understand is that all the while we lose our jobs to China, Korea, Japan, India and Mexico, they're losing their jobs to Malaysia, Philippines, Brazil, etc..  And they're losing jobs to various countries even more impoverished than they.

 It's a race to the bottom of the labor pool.  Those willing to work all day for table scraps and rags will be the one's getting all the jobs.  It's a new world in the 21st century.  We all have to compete for our meals.  Even engineers, lawyers, and bankers.

Those who chose to compete on points other than price will find themselves in the same situation as retailers who decided to compete on points other than price.  They'll be pushed to the margins as the vast majority of deman will always be focused on cheap, cheap, cheap.  The world market for labor is really not that much different from the world market for any other commodity, product, or service.

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#2) On March 15, 2010 at 8:24 PM, jdlech (< 20) wrote:

There won't be a rebuilding into any age, digital or otherwise.  What most people don't understand is that all the while we lose our jobs to China, Korea, Japan, India and Mexico, they're losing their jobs to Malaysia, Philippines, Brazil, etc..  And they're losing jobs to various countries even more impoverished than they.

 It's a race to the bottom of the labor pool.  Those willing to work all day for table scraps and rags will be the one's getting all the jobs.  It's a new world in the 21st century.  We all have to compete for our meals.  Even engineers, lawyers, and bankers.

Those who chose to compete on points other than price will find themselves in the same situation as retailers who decided to compete on points other than price.  They'll be pushed to the margins as the vast majority of deman will always be focused on cheap, cheap, cheap.  The world market for labor is really not that much different from the world market for any other commodity, product, or service.

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#3) On March 15, 2010 at 8:26 PM, alstry (35.88) wrote:

AND SOME OF YOU FOOLS THINK THIS IS ONLY A RECESSION???  JUST WAIT UNTIL YOU LEARN IT WAS ONE BIG FRAUD......

More than half of mortgaged homes in St. Lucie, Martin are 'under water'

Jacksonville mortgage delinquencies rise above 10%

Foreclosure starts up nearly 20 percent in California

Md. foreclosure filings skyrocket in February

Foreclosures are still on the Rise in Illinois

Metro Atlanta foreclosures set new monthly record

 

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