THIS Is How You Hide MASSIVE Levels of Unemployment In the U.S! Watch This!

Let me know what you think of this scenario. Temporary workers are pervasive in the U.S. especially. Canada as well. I’m sure other countries too.

There was a time when a full time job with a good company would be a long term, successful experience. We’ve seen how that has changed in recent decades. An employee’s service is no longer valued. People seem to be pushed aside when no longer needed, yet executives get massive bonuses every year and are all smiles throughout layoff periods. So why are we told that everything is awesome?
Amazon laying off corporate employees in rare cutback | The Seattle Times
Microsoft starts layoff of thousands of employees | The Seattle Times
CNN, Despite Trump Bump, Prepares for Dozens of Layoffs | Vanity Fair
Boeing factory where Trump delivered jobs speech to lay off 200 workers – Jun. 22, 2017
Amazon laying off 58 workers at North Charleston self-publishing business | Business |
Amazon plans layoffs at Quidsi unit after losses
Amazon laying off hundreds–report.html
Barnes & Noble cuts staff after dismal holiday season
Snapchat: Snap Stock Drops on Layoffs, Weak Outlook for 2018 | Fortune
Disney: Read ESPN President John Skipper’s Memo on Layoffs | Fortune
John Skipper’s memo to ESPN employees – ESPN Front Row
SeaWorld cuts 350 positions across company – Orlando Sentinel
Almost all the 10 million jobs created since 2005 are temporary — Quartz
The job market in 2017: A strong year for both millionaires and low-income workers — Quartz
Canada’s shift to a nation of temporary workers – The Globe and Mail