Thursday, April 30, 2009

How Jobs Are Made

In the packet " The Day Chicago Was Attacked" i decided to read "How Jobs Are Made". I seem to find this bit of information pretty interesting. It clearly states that more jobs and opportunities are created when people buy good or services. In 1933 there was approximately $22,000,000,000 in savings between the banks and postal. Just like now people cherished their money which in a sense you cant blame them. The circulation of money through the economy seemed to open opportunities for enployment which at that time was much needed. Television played a huge role in advertising being that when you see something you like, you want it. This causes you to go buy something even if it is out of your price range and because of this, jobs can open up. In a sense you can say that around that time television saved the economy.


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