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Kilinger’s Personal Finance reported that the jobs that are available in a recovering recession will more likely than not be in the public sector. Many of these jobs will be available well into the four or more years following the recovering recession with the recovery start date somewhere beginning at the beginning of 2011.

Kilinger’s Personal Finance reported that the jobs that are available in a recovering recession will more likely than not be in the public sector. Many of these jobs will be available well into the four or more years following the recovering recession with the recovery start date somewhere beginning at the beginning of 2011.

The unemployment rate is almost at 10% and has hit that rate in some parts of the country. To reduce the unemployment rate, states are going to have to start using the stimulus money to build roads and bridges that will create jobs. The Neilsen reports that most states have used up to 40% of the stimulus package money but some states such as Virginia has only used only 16% of the funds and have been chastised by the Congress Finance Committee. One state claimed that the receipt of money from the $787 Economic Recovery Plan would increase taxes for its citizens and returned the money that was to create more jobs. Yet, the politicians blame the Obama administration for the high unemployment rate. More than five million people have lost their jobs during the recession with an expected 2.5 million more expected to lose their jobs before the economy recovers. The Kiplinger publication is expecting however with all of the dips and turns before full recovery that the time period of the end of the recession will not be until the year 2012.

But where are the jobs going to materialize once the country reaches economic recovery as is the subject of this article. In addition to the job market opening up in the public sector such as education and federal government, the health care field will provide a platform for jobs. The Obama administration campaigned for a green technology when it comes to saving the government money on process and filing heath care documents. The health care industry itself, is always the place to go when seeking employment as the need is always greatest in that occupational area. However, the Obama administration focus on green technology will open up jobs in information technology relative to using less paperwork and more on line management of health care records. Once the state government decide to use the funds from the $787 Billion Economic Stimulus Package, jobs will be available in transportation and construction in the rebuilding of bridges and schools. If Obama’s health care reform bill passes through both houses of Congress, job creation will be in the universal coverage that the bill purports to protect 47 million uninsured people and 11 million uninsured children. Jobs in the Nursing industry and in social work will be available if the president’s health care reform bill becomes a law.

Educators will be in high demand also. There are college programs that help misplaced employees find their way back to colleges and these programs are available at the present before the economy fully has recovered. Academic as well as medical educators will be in high demand. Cities rich in these types of jobs are Boston, Philadelphia, Raleigh, Durham, Chicago, and Seattle. States rich in available jobs of any magnitude include Texas, Oklahoma, Montana and Wyoming. These states will have plenty of jobs in the energy programs also as a part of Obama plan to bring renewable energy to the forefront to save money on the country’s energy costs.

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