Trump’s Massive Job Creation– Trump may not be getting everything right but when it comes to business and job creation, he definitely knows what button to push.
From his inauguration till date, America has been engaged in one sort of protests or the other. His feud with the media is another point of interest.
In the midst of all these chaos, the current president of the United States seems to be keeping to his promises, regardless. It may not be going down well with a lot of people but he sure is doing what he earlier said he would do; however controversial his moves appear.
Donald Trump promised to tighten the American borders and critically check the influx of immigrants; he also made it categorically clear that he was no fan of planned parenthood and the LGBT idea; Trump also proposed the repeal of the Obamacare which is already taking shape.
All of the above the president has set in motion; some in greater degrees than the others.
Last week America showed some love for the president after addressing the US Congress. During his address, Trump like never before assumed the presidential tone and composure America doubted he had.
Regardless of the opposition seated at the Congress, he tactfully chose his words as he defended his travel ban and proposed the way forward for America.
Adding to his impressive speech, Donald Trump celebrated yet another campaign promise- massive job creation.
Daily mail report says that construction jobs have increased by 66,000 while the manufacturing sector has added 32,000 in just one month.
The economic report of the US revealed that in just one month of his administration, America has seen the creation of “nearly 300 000 jobs”. It says that unemployment rate has gone down to 4.7% and stocks are looking great as well.
CNN report however confirms the job growth but states an estimated figure of 235, 000 jobs. Another report quotes a 298 000 job estimate.
Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president of the ADP Research Institute, confirms that the February job boost is unprecedented
“February proved to be an incredibly strong month for employment with increases we have not seen in years,”
Likewise, chief economist of Moody’s Analytics, Mark Zandi says this,
“Businesses are anticipating a lot of good stuff – tax cuts, less regulation. They are hiring more aggressively.”
Even with the good news in employment, it appears as though every move made by Trump gives America a cause to panic.
As the government and media are weighing his claim that Barack Obama while as President of the United States ordered the wiretapping of Trump tower, Trump has just created more jobs by dismissing 46 US attorneys from the past democratic administration.
The “nearly 300 000 jobs” has earned applause and recommendations but the over 40 vacant positions in the legislature has raised arguments.
While it is being debated that the ordered resignation of the attorneys was not a good move, many have defended the president saying it is a usual “tradition” to replace attorneys from old administration.
Report says that the 46 attorneys were ordered to resign by Trump. One of the attorneys, Preet Bharara, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York refused to comply and was fired for it.
Trump’s administration is expected to select candidates who will pass congressional scrutiny to fill the vacuum.