Coral Springs, FL, June 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV notes that for several years now, the US economy has been in recovery from the most severe recession since the Dirty 30s. But what kind of recovery is it if there are few new jobs? Several major banks have conducted surveys of mid-sized businesses as to their plans to hire in 2014 and the results were disappointing, especially for those on the job hunting path. While Bank of America returned a figure of 52% of businesses anticipated hiring this year, the lowest figure quoted was from Wells Fargo Bank's survey at only 21% planning to add to the payroll. If we are in a "recovery" but few of the massive ranks of the unemployed are being rehired, then exactly who is "recovering"? A nation's economy is measured by the number of its citizens that are living full lives, free from fear or hunger.
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