• President Trump’s Income Opportunity Solution

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 16 of 20).   As discussed in the previous article, the United States now has reached a point where only 14% (45 million) of Americans earn above average (mean) wages and 86% (274 million) of Americans report earnings below average or no wage at all.  No wonder why people are upset about income inequality.  The surest way to rectify U.S. wage and income inequalities is create income opportunities for willing souls who seek greater ...
  • Can President Xi Trump President Trump?

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 12 of 20).   The Trump Administration has been rather silent regarding the emerging digital economy that will be dominated by contingent workers especially in the realm of electronic and mobile commerce.  On the other hand, the Trump Administration is vociferous on the Chinese threat to the U.S. economy and the American labor force.  A central theme of the new Administration is that the Chinese manufacturing miracle of raising 400 million urban poor out ...
  • The Trump Administration’s Digital Elephant

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 10 of 20). President Trump’s meetings with the likes of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Oracle CEO Safra Catz, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, IBM CEO Ginni Rommety, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Alphabet (Google) CEO Larry Page, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins, and Palantir CEO Alex Karp is a very positive first step to understanding the revolution in network and digital technologies that are giving ...
  • President Trump’s Old Economy Emphasis

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 8 of 20).    Jobenomics deals with the economics of small business and job creation.  Consequently, having a businessman as president and a cabinet full of business executives is likely to be a big plus for businesses and the labor force.  For the most part, Jobenomics is pleased with the business orientation of the Trump Administration.  On the other hand, Jobenomics is perplexed by the lack of discussion, planning and policies regarding the revolution ...
  • Network Technology Revolution

    Network Technology Revolution www.Jobenomics.com By: Chuck Vollmer 7 November 2014 Download PDF:  Network Technology Revolution -7 Nov 2014 The Network Technology Revolution (NTR) could produce tens of millions of net new US jobs.  On the other hand, a recent Oxford University study estimates that the NTR could eliminate tens of millions of US jobs due to computerization.  Jobenomics believes that both predictions are correct.  If so, we should maximize the former and mitigate the latter.   To do so, the US ...