This is why we elected President Trump and not Hillary Clinton or Jeb Bush.
We were sick and tired of watching our good jobs go overseas and bad jobs, if you can find one at all, replacing them.
In one shocking incident, Disney brought the low skilled workers here and made the US workers they were replacing train them.
Disney didn’t even have to offshore, they used a loophole and were able to bring in cheaper Indian workers and then to throw sand in America’s face, they made these workers train the Indian tech guys or they would not give them their buyout.
It was a low blow made worse by the knowledge that this was not an isolated incident.
So we made a change and elected Trump and we have already soon good results. Based on new Government projections, we are about to go from good to great.
According to new projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment will grow by 11.5 million from 2016 through 2026.
From 156,100,000 to 167,600,000 jobs, an increase of 0.7 percent which beats out the 0.5 percent growth seen from 2006 through 2016.
The bureau also predicted the GDP will rise at an annual rate of 2 percent for the next ten years, a huge jump from the 1.4 percent growth rate in the last decade.
This is great news but it gets even better. When Congress finally gets their act together and passes tax reform we will see the numbers skyrocket.
“The projected figures for job creation over the next decade is a good indication that President Trump’s current policies are having a net positive effect on the U.S. economy,” said Alfredo Ortiz, president and CEO of the Job Creators Network told the Free Beacon.“Recent walk-backs of intrusive government regulations are freeing up the ability of businesses—big and small—to expand and become a stronger economic root of their communities. Current efforts to pass small business and middle class tax cuts will advance this trend even further—allowing Main Street to once again become the driving force of the American economy.”
But wait, it gets even better.
According to the projections, one industry will see a decline in jobs and wages – government. Can you believe it – off the charts private sector growth and a decline in government jibs and wages.