Is One New Job Worth Borrowing $3 Million?

Before voting consider the multi-million dollar cost per job created since the financial collapse.

Before the collapse of Lehman Brothers in August 2008 the number of employed persons in the United States was 145.47 million. This number dipped to as low as 139.27 million. Today it stands at 142.1 million. Thus, 6.2 million persons were impacted by the collapse, today 2.83 million have been added back into the workforce, and we are still have 3.37 million fewer employed than in 2008.

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