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    Amazon Jobs In New York?


    Dec 14, 2018
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    Yorbing Staff, Dec 14, 2018

    Some startup businesses show more clout than others.

    New Yorkers are actually believing that Amazon a credit generator.

    The Gothamist states: “Because the City Council was essentially cut out of the deal, which will purportedly create at least 25,000 jobs over the next 10 years, and as many as 40,000 jobs in 15 years, Johnson said the goal of the hearing was to ask the questions that the councilmembers and the public would have asked if the deal hadn’t been brokered in secret” meaning the government of New York anticipates Amazon making 40,000 jobs, while those who are desperately unemployed patiently wait their turn, while they starve, inhale air in duration of creation of a job.  They proposed to be bringing 40,000 jobs in 15 years but not in reality. 

    It looks like they are not even thinking about the actuality of a dream job in the city. Its even worse than we thought.  New York has an Economic Development Corporation and a head called James Patchett. There’s the assumption that the corporation  will create 25,000 jobs within 10 years but who are those to be employed now? Upon what criteria?

    This metro area have suffered the great recession and has never been able to recover. Money is unreasonably scarce. The metro areas have not been able to deal with the deep unemployment that came as a result of the Wall Street crash and many has not be able to recover. New York mayor, De Blasio has bragged that Amazon deal will benefit school graduates and been slotted to gain employment from the establishment of Amazon job center.

    Why doesn’t the metro politicians and power brokers rather grant new startups and potential entrepreneurs money to start their own businesses? This is especially poignant for Blacks and others who aspire to set up their own ideal jobs that creates more job stability in the city than transposed corporations with poor labor practices like Amazon. Replicate Amazon’s beginning for a successful startup. Its about the status quo thinking.

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