• 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 ...
  • President Trump’s Biggest Chinese Fan

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 11 of 20).   President Trump wants to create 25 million new jobs over 10 years.  He can’t do it himself.  The private sector has to step up.  So far, a handful of U.S. manufacturing companies have stepped up offering to re-shore or retain tens of thousands of American jobs.  One company really stands out among all others and it is not even a U.S. company.  Nor is it a manufacturing company.  It is ...
  • 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 ...
  • Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q3 2016

    Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q3 2016 By: Chuck Vollmer 19 November 2016 Jobenomics reports on U.S. unemployment and employment statistics, characteristics and trends.  This 140-page Jobenomics U.S. Employment Analysis: Q3 2016 report focuses on the employed and working population, U.S. labor force gains, economic growth, income opportunity, contingent workforce, education and training, workfare, and city and state initiatives.  The top three conclusions are: Near-term economic and employment outlook is positive. Mid-term economic and employment outlook is troublesome. Long-term challenges to ...
  • China’s Digital Economy Quest

    China’s Digital Economy Quest By: Chuck Vollmer 12 April 2016 Updated 5 November 2016 Download free 13-page report: China’s Digital Economy Quest – 5 November 2016 While the Internet Technology Revolution (ITR) of the 1980/90s and the emerging Network Technology Revolution (NTR) originated in America, these technology revolutions are no longer unique to the United States.  China represents the greatest U.S. near-peer competitor for NTR global dominance with emphasis on mastering the emerging digital economy in order to elevate hundreds of ...
  • 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 ...