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Sunday, 1 February 2009

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President Obama smiling over increase in employment numbers nationwide

In office for less than a month, Barack Obama's Executive Orders have worked miracles in the employment area of his bailout plan. Already there has been a sharp increase in the job market for positions in the field of health care, private security firms, police and fire departments, security related electronics companies, construction workers, college professors, and weapons makers.

This trend is expected to continue well into the year 2020 as the economy snail paces it way back to normalcy. A sharp increase in drug and alcohol abuse coupled with a rising crime rate will continue to put demands on colleges and the general public to fill these solid employment opportunities.

When I spoke with President Obama, he told me that he has known all along that he could turn the United States around in a couple of weeks time, if only someone would give him a chance.

According to the plan, the increase in the crime rate, and drug abuse will require more social workers, doctors, police, private security firms, construction companies to build new prisons, personnel to work at the prisons, employees to make weaponry for the police, jobs in textile manufacturing to make uniforms for the cops and the cons, teachers to train the social workers, doctors and psychologists. The list is almost endless. Obama tells me that looking at the long term goals, this administration expects to have roughly half the people locked up in the United States and the other half supervising them.

After thinking about it, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that when the drug abuse and crime rate increases, more jobs become available.

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