• President Trump’s Gig Workforce

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 6 of 20).   The Trump/Pence Campaign website page entitled, “Donald J. President Trump’s Vision on Economy” listed fifteen key issues affecting the U.S. economy.  One major issue that was not listed is the Gig/Contingent Workforce Economy that is one of the largest and least understood elements of the U.S. economy.   Today, 40% of all American workers do not have “standard workforce agreements” and make their living on a combination of part-time (a gig) ...
  • Why Work Anymore?

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 5 of 20).  Capable adults who are neither employed nor unemployed are not in the labor force.  Those who have no job and are no longer looking for a job are counted by the Department of Labor in the Not-in-Labor-Force category.  From January 2000 to January 2017, the Not-in-Labor-Force cadre grew from 68,655,000 to 95,102,000, an increase of 26.4 million citizens who more often than not become dependent on public/familial assistance.  Today, the number ...
  • President Trump’s Small Business Plan?

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 4 of 20).    The only way that President Trump will be able to create 25 million new jobs over the next decade is to mass-produce startup (aka small) businesses.  President Trump’s proposed tax and regulatory reductions will provide a welcome relief to small business owners who employ 78% of all Americans and created 74% of all net new jobs this decade.  However, much more should be done to mass-produce, highly-scalable small businesses, promote small ...
  • The Nexus between Jobs and GDP

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 3 of 20).   President Trump’s vision of a “dynamic and booming economy” is one that can produce a GDP growth rate of “4% over the next decade”.  President Trump’s Cabinet has many capable business and financial executives who can make his vision a reality.  This reality ultimately depends on mass-producing business, especially small business, creation in order to generate 25 million net new jobs.  Sclerotic (0% to 2%) or recessive (negative) GDP rates depreciate a ...
  • President Trump’s “Bringing Back Jobs and Growth” Vision

    President Trump’s New Economy Challenge (Part 2 of 20).   According the White House website,  “To get the economy back on track, President Trump has outlined a bold plan to create 25 million new American jobs in the next decade and return to 4 percent annual economic growth….that starts with pro-growth tax reform to help American workers and businesses keep more of their hard-earned dollars.”  While the business acumen of President Trump and his Cabinet gives Jobenomics a sense of optimism, Jobenomics ...
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