We now turn to the third stage in the cascade of effects, dependency and social ills:
Working Americans experiencing these effects of the slack labor market often experience a profound disconnect between their pay and working conditions on the one hand and the costs of providing for basic needs for themselves and their families on the other. When they compare the income and cost sides of the ledger, life just doesn’t add up.
GO TO When Life Doesn’t Add Up.
May 15, 2014, Ontario, CA - MIAA's founder, Jim Stuber, delivered the keynote address at the 20th annual World Trade Conference sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the California Inland Empire District Export Council in Ontario, California. To view the conference agenda, click here:
May 7, 2015, Radnor, PA. MIAA's founder, Jim Stuber, appeared as the guest of host Richard J. Anthony, Sr. on The Entrepreneur's Network TV at Radnor Studio 21. The program featured a discussion of the problems caused by offshoring manufacturing and white collar jobs and how consmers can solve the problem with their spending decisions.
Studio 21 has made the program available for viewing here: