by Jeff Davis
A meager 150,000 new service jobs per month flipping burgers and greeting people at Wal-Mart or filing for temp agencies for $8.00 an hour does not constitute a “recovery.” In fact, the United States needs 150,000 jobs per month just to keep up with population growth.
An article on Bloomberg News reports: “After being dismissed from her job as a Midtown Manhattan securities attorney in October 2009, Christina Tretter-Herriger hitched a used horse trailer to her Dodge Ram pickup and drove 1,628 miles to Texas.” (Probably to try to get away from New York’s crushing taxes and political correctness. Note the non-Jewish name. She would have had trouble getting re-hired in the Big Rotten Apple without a Jewish connection.) “The 32-year-old lawyer sold skin-care products in Houston before finding work as the assistant general counsel of a futures-trading firm…”
“Generation Y professionals entering the workforce are finding careers that once were gateways to high pay and upwardly mobile lives turning into detours and dead ends. Unemployment for individuals ages 25 to 34 remains stuck one-half to 1 percent above the national rate.”
“Young Americans are struggling to reconcile their lack of economic rewards with their relatively privileged upbringings by Baby Boomer parents and the material success of their older peers, Generation X, born in the late 1960s and 1970s…”
“Eighteen months and two busted jobs later, the daughter of a retired physician and a former editor at Vogue circled back to upstate New York and hunkered down at a small legal office that pays about one-quarter of her former $165,000 salary. Generation Y professionals entering the workforce are finding careers that once were gateways to high pay and upwardly mobile lives turning into detours and dead ends. Average incomes for individuals ages 25 to 34 have fallen 8 percent, double the adult population’s total drop, since the recession began in December 2007. Their unemployment rate remains stuck one-half to 1 percentage point above the national figure. Three and a half years after the worst recession since the Great Depression… the earnings and employment gap between those in the under-35 population and their parents and grandparents threatens to unravel the American dream of each generation doing better than the last. The nation’s younger workers have benefited least from an economic recovery that has been the most uneven in recent history.”
“This generation will be permanently depressed and will be on a lower path of income for probably all of their life…”
To be honest, Generation X included quite a few people, who got priced out of home ownership and who had to butt heads with Third World immigrants, who were brought to the US to undermine salaries and replace White American workers. Millions of Gen X Americans have been victims of an increasingly unstable job market and lost houses as a result. One article notes that as of December 2012, there were 20 million vacant homes in the US.
The first thing we all need to remember is that the official unemployment rate is BS. It is doctored to make the two-party system look less incompetent. The real unemployment or underemployment rate is around 20 per cent, and the unemployment rate for middle-aged White males may be as high as 30 per cent, although no one can tell because the regime very pointedly doesn’t keep track of the real statistics or at least doesn’t publish them if they do.
The second thing we need to understand is that America is in decline. This is the “new normal” and there is no hope for change back to the high standard of living that White Americans enjoyed after the end of World War Two so long as the two-party system and Diversity-worshiping lunatics dominate our political system. As long as Barack Hussein Obama and the Democrats remain in power, the choice government jobs will go to people who look like Africa.
The American dream of having a nice house in a clean, safe White neighborhood with a white picket fence is gone for most White Americans. For one thing, house prices have skyrocketed making most Americans unable to buy a nice house. If you do have a good salary, you’ll probably be laid off and replaced by some Hindu ersatz worker ten years into your mortgage destroying your dream and your credit rating. Your house will become one of the millions of empty foreclosed homes. This is what Americans get for sticking with the two-party system. Maybe it’s time to start a pro-White party that won’t betray us.