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In Michigan, a Glimmer of Economic Hope?

A new report from Michigan State University suggests that people here are beginning to feel better about the economy . Here's a link to the full report.

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    Thanks for some curves.

    So that says that it takes between 20 and 30 months to hit bottom and a similar amount to recover.

    And Ford just announced laying off 400 and that would not affect production and someone else just announced laying off thousands.

    Someone should be drawing conclusions fairly soon.


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    The diaspora of jobs continues.

    With modern robotics, less and less people are needed.

    We're getting it all worked out.


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