U.S. Employment Job Report 2012

It has been released that the U.S. is facing a stronger job market and a decline in unemployment numbers.

Job growth in certain industries are high, while others are in decline. Actual number of individuals still in long-term unemployment is not as easy to track since many will stop looking for work out of discouragement.

The current economic recovery is dependent on how many companies can participate in job creation.

The economic blueprint put out by the Obama administration states that funding will be put in place for job training, which is the only way to get dis-placed workers back into the workforce.

2012 job results look positive but there is a long road ahead to full economic recovery.

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