Post Profile

America's Dazzling Tech Boom Has a Downside: Not Enough Jobs

The discontent driving Donald Trump’s campaign stems in part from the dashed employment promises of the late 1990s. Tech companies moved manufacturing jobs outside the U.S., the newest giants need fewer workers and the number of startups fizzled.
read more

See more about: Donald Trump

Related Posts

Trump Believers: 'Donald, We Need You'

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

From his own skyscraper on Fifth Avenue in New York City, billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump on Tuesday promised to "make America great again," if he wins the 2016 presidential campaign. He said he will be "the greatest jobs...

Ivanka Trump’s Jewelry Business Sought Visas To Hire Foreign Workers

News : Huffington Post

Donald Trump has based his campaign on strident anti-immigratio n antagonism, promising to bring millions of jobs back to America, build a “great wall” to protect the southern border and save Americans from dangerous criminals here ...

Electionomics: How Donald Trump's Union Busting Is Killing the American Dream in Las Vegas and Beyond

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog

Union busting is never pretty. But in the case of Donald Trump, it's especially ugly. The Republican presidential nominee has campaigned on promises to make America great again by bringing back good jobs. But in Las Vegas a company ...

Donald Trump Uses Mostly Foreign Workers at his Florida Resort

US Politics / Conservative : RedState

One of Donald Trump’s most common refrains on the campaign trail is that he is going to bring jobs back to America. He also claims that he will punish companies who outsource jobs to foreign workers, although the specifics on how he...

Welcome to President Trump’s America: Lower taxes, higher prices and fewer immigrants

Politics / US Politics : Washington Watch

It’s fall 2020 and President Donald Trump, who vowed to Make America Great Again in 2016, is promising to make it even greater if he wins a second term. So … Click to Continue »


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC