Future of U.S. Job Maket

Future of U.S. Job Maket

Future of U.S. job market
The future of the job market in the United States, in my opinion, is still on shaky grounds. I say this because even though the recession is over there are still a lot of companies that are not hiring. If you’re luck enough to find a company that’s hiring a lot of them are only hiring someone with a college degree or with a lot of experience in that particular field. If you don’t have one of these, you’re more than likely not to get the job.

A lot of people disagree with the government for giving money to some of our huge corporations and bailing them out of debt. They say it’s was a big part of why we went into a recession. But if you think about it, again this is my own opinion, if the government didn’t help these companies out would we be in worse shape? I think the answer to that question would be yes, we would be in worse shape.

Think about this, if our government didn't help out these companies, and they all had to file for bankruptcy, thousands of people would have lost their jobs. And not only would they have lost their jobs but they would have lost some things that come with a job, like health insurance. Which brings me to another point on why I think the job market in the United States is on shaky grounds, Obamacare.

I completely understand that everyone should have health care. But because of this Obamacare, a lot of businesses that deal with health care, such as hospitals, are worried about how they are going to end up financially. I was talking to a friend of mine and he told me that one of the major hospitals in the Cleveland area is trying to cut back and recuperate millions of dollars. And one way they are going to do this is to cut jobs in different departments except nursing. If this happens, not only will people have lost their jobs, but they will lose important things that come with a job, like health insurance.

In my opinion, I think the job that is most likely to improve job security is in the...

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