Posts Tagged ‘jobs’

What is really killing our jobs and out high streets?

February 1, 2013

It is very easy to blame the internet for the decay of our town centres. As high streets and shopping malls appear to have more shops boarded up and bankrupt than are open for business, blaming the internet alone is too easy. The digital revolution must take some of the blame for stubbornly high joble
ss statistics too, but the whole picture is far more complex.

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Jobs Crisis Gets Worse For British Youth

November 4, 2011

The unemployment problem throughout society but particularly among the young has been discussed many times in The Daily Stirrer. In articles like The Jobless Economy we have pointed to reasons why employment has collapsed, ranging from 50 years of naive politicians and poodle-like academics framing policies to support the drive by big money to supplant human workers with machines and to offshore low skill work to the cheap labour economies of the developing world.

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The Jobless Economy

January 13, 2010

There is an election coming in the UK and leaders of all three main political parties are talking about “the need for change.”

Why do politicians keep banging on about change when it is clear people do not want change. Talk of change will not win the election for Labour or Conservative, the electorate are sick of change, they want security. And then they want to be rid of the crooks and liars who dominate politics.

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