Listening to every heart
Just as the generation gap never did anything to resolve the differences between the two [older and younger generations]
neither does the discussion of who is employed, who is without work, who can't find a job but it working at it, and who has quit looking because no one will hire them, as there are no jobs to be found, with creativity aside, which might solve the equation.
When they quit counting the folks who are off unemployment, the guvmint lowers the figures. Still, there are those folk who continue trying to find work but are in a world that won't make anything other than doo. It gets stickier by the second.
Grinch, god love ya, I don't know where you reside, but I find it hard to think that you might not be within the US. That's all right...you sound like you're doing good, and I don't begrudge you for your sanctity.
I just know a lot of folk who are so very tired of being tired of fighting the loss of hope, yet keeping up the idea that the US will once again be a force, not just to be reckoned with, but one that will not only slow the unemployment rate, but start hiring from the outside. Look around us...some nations do it all the time. And I know a lot of Americans who aren't going to say no to a job.
In the meantime, it could very well be called discrimination in so many ways....