Jobenomics deals with the process of creating and mass-producing startup companies and jobs.  Jobenomics’ principal focus is on citizens at the base of America’s socioeconomic pyramid with special emphasis on minorities, women, youth, veterans and other hopefuls who want to develop a skill, career and start a business.  The Jobenomics National Grassroots Movement’s goal is to help facilitate the creation of 20 million net new U.S. jobs within over the next ten years.  The Movement has an estimated following of over 20 million people via media, website, blog, and lectures.  In 2017, Jobenomics’ website received over 350,000 page views with the majority the viewers spending a half hour or more online, not counting time spent reviewing hundreds of thousands of downloads of Jobenomics nine books and research.  Today, Jobenomics has garnished wide-spread support for its economic, urban renewal, small business, and workforce development efforts.  A dozen U.S. communities have started Jobenomics initiatives led by local community leaders.

  • Trump Administration’s Governance Challenge

    Governance: Trump Administration, Fiscal Policy (Congress) and Monetary Policy (The Fed).  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for the Trump Administration’s Governance Challenge in 2018.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report ...
  • U.S. Not-in-Labor-Force Outlook

    Labor Force: Employment, Unemployment and Not-in-Labor-Force Assessment.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for the U.S. Not-in-Labor-Force cadre of people that can work but do not work.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic ...
  • U.S. Unemployment Outlook

    Labor Force: Employment, Unemployment and Not-in-Labor-Force Assessment.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for U.S. Unemployment.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report can be downloaded free from the Jobenomics Library. Jobenomics ...
  • U.S. Employment Outlook

    Labor Force: Employment, Unemployment and Not-in-Labor-Force Assessment.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for U.S. Employment and job creation.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report can be downloaded free from the ...
  • $1.5 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

    On 12 February 2018, President Trump presented a 53-Page legislative outline to Congress entitled “Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America.”   Apart from four Jobenomics suggestions, the Whitehouse’s infrastructure outline is the best business and job creation plan coming out of Washington that Jobenomics has reviewed in recent years. The unique aspect of the Legislative Outline (the Infrastructure Plan, or the Plan) is that it is more like a business plan than a typical legislative document. Traditional legislative infrastructure-related programs ...
  • U.S. Startup Business Outlook

    Business: Big, Small, Micro, and Startup Business Assessment.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo, or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for U.S. Startup Businesses.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report can be downloaded free from the Jobenomics ...
  • U.S. Small & Micro-Business Outlook

    Business: Big, Small, Micro, and Startup Business Assessment.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo, or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for Small & Micro Businesses.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report can be downloaded free from the Jobenomics ...
  • U.S. Big Business Outlook

    Business: Big, Small, Micro & Startup Business Assessment.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo, or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with the outlook for U.S. Big Businesses.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report can be downloaded free from the Jobenomics Library ...
  • Economy: Consumer Confidence, Debt & Deficits, and Inflation

    Economy: Consumer Confidence, Debt & Deficits, and Inflation.  The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo, or an economic slowdown in 2018.   This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with three macroeconomic factors impacting the Economy: Consumer Confidence, Debt & Deficits, and Inflation.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report ...
  • Economy: GDP Growth and Stock Markets

    Economy: GDP Growth and Stock Markets. The Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, maintaining the status quo or an economic slowdown in 2018.  This assessment is based on a detailed analysis of six strategic considerations: Economy, Business, Labor Force, Governance, Domestic Disruptors and International Disruptors. This posting deals with two macroeconomic factors impacting the Economy: GDP Growth and Stock Markets.  The entire 60-Page Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook report can be downloaded free ...
  • 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook

    Overview (Part 1 of 7):  Jobenomics deals with the economics of small business and job creation.  In addition to our monthly reports, this report deals with Jobenomics view of the state of the U.S. economy and how our economy might fair in 2018.  As indicated in this 60-page analysis, Jobenomics sees as many upsides as downsides to our continued economic prosperity.  As shown below on Jobenomics 2018 U.S. Economic Outlook Matrix, Jobenomics predicts an equal probability (33.3%) for economic improvement, ...
  • State of the U.S. Economy January 2018

    The Trump Administration’s bold economic and job creation vision (i.e., sustained 4% GDP growth and 25 million new jobs) is progressing as planned, albeit with some bumps in the road.  In December 2017, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the U.S. labor force added 148,000 new jobs, which is below the 250,000 new job threshold advocated by most economists.  President Trump’s first 12-months in office averaged 171,000 per month, which is still below the threshold but significantly better than ...
  • Net Neutrality

    The Federal Trade Commission’s repeal of network neutrality is bad for small businesses and will hurt the Administration’s plan to produce 25 million new jobs and increasing GDP to a sustainable growth rate of 4% over the next ten years.   (Download this article that is part of the upcoming Jobenomics book on the emerging Digital Economy.) Net neutrality was implemented in 2015 to provide a level playing field for all internet users.  The fundamental concept was to stop internet service ...
  • Bitcoin Bubble

    The cryptocurrency market bubble is likely to burst causing Bitcoin and the other 1,354 traded cryptocurrencies to crash.  (Download this blog.) Bitcoin is a new kind of money.  It’s the first decentralized, unregulated, peer-to-peer, encrypted electronic currency not controlled by a single organization or government.  Bitcoin is designed to replace traditional institutions like commercial banks, financial regulators, and central banks via a “public ledger”.  Bitcoin, spelled with a capitated “B”, usually refers to the public ledger (i.e., database), whereas bitcoin ...
  • Jobenomics December 2017 Employment & GDP Report

    Executive Summary.   The Trump Administration’s bold economic and job creation vision (i.e., sustained 4% GDP growth and 25 million new jobs) is progressing as planned, albeit with some bumps in the road.  As addressed in this analysis, recent employment and economic reports present a positive but mixed picture on President Trump’s progress during his first 11-months in office. Download free 13-page report. On the positive side of the economic and labor force ledger, the Bureau of Labor statistics reported that 228,000 ...
  • Q3 2017 U.S. Labor Force & Unemployment Report

    Download free 115-page Jobenomics Comprehensive U.S. Labor Force & Unemployment Report Q3 2017 – 31 October 2017.   While U.S. stock market, unemployment and consumer confidence statistics suggest that the U.S. economy is doing well, underlying economic, labor force and income/wage statistics present an entirely different picture.  This dichotomy is discussed in two comprehensive Jobenomics reports published quarterly.  Both reports take a deep dive on economic, community, business and workforce statistics, characteristics, challenges and trends. This 115-page Jobenomics U.S. Labor Force & ...
  • Q3 2017 U.S. Employment Report

    Download free 175-page Jobenomics Comprehensive U.S. Labor Force & Employment Report Q3 2017 – 31 October 2017.  While highly-advertised statistics (e.g.,  stock market, official unemployment rate and consumer confidence index) suggest that the U.S. economy is booming, underlying small business, labor force and wage statistics are not doing nearly as well.   This dichotomy is discussed in two comprehensive Jobenomics reports published quarterly.  Both reports take a deep dive on economic, community, business and workforce statistics, characteristics, challenges and trends. This ...
  • Corporate Tax Cuts

    Tax reform is an American imperative, as our system outdated and is a major factor of sclerotic rates of economic growth that depresses GDP and erodes middle class wages. Since our highly-divided Congress cannot seem to cut spending ($500B to $1T annual deficits), tax reform’s top priority has to be on doubling annual GDP growth and creating 25 million new jobs per President’s Trump vision. The optics of today’s House and Senate bills are not good since the general public’s ...
  • Jobenomics Monthly Employment & GDP Report

    Executive Summary.  The Trump Administration’s bold economic and job creation vision (i.e., sustained 4% GDP growth and 25 million new jobs) is progressing as planned albeit with some bumps in the road.  As addressed in this analysis, recent employment and economic reports present a positive but mixed picture on President Trump’s progress during his first 10-months in office. On the bright side, 261,000 new jobs were created.  250,000 new jobs per month is the standard accepted by most economists to ...
  • Tax Reform

    Tax Reform is Trump’s signature initiative that underpins his bold vision of sustained 4% GDP growth and 25 million new jobs over the next ten years.  Jobenomics could not agree more with this vision.  On 2 November 2017, the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives released their version of the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” that chops the corporate tax rate on small businesses that will empower the small business economic engine to accelerate GDP growth and job creation commensurate with ...
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