GOOD NEWS!! Second Quarter Job Loss Hits All Regions of State! - P.O.W. Report

Thursday, January 18, 2018

GOOD NEWS!! Second Quarter Job Loss Hits All Regions of State!


By Scott Goldsmith

Final data on employment thru the 2nd quarter of 2017 from the Alaska Department of Labor shows that all regions of the state lost jobs in the 2nd quarter compared to a year earlier. The statewide rate of decline so far has been 1.7 percent this year compared to 1.4 percent last year.

The performance of Anchorage, the largest labor market, followed by that of the state. Fairbanks and Kenai had larger percentage declines last year, probably due to the large loss of petroleum related jobs. Matsu and Juneau are experiencing more rapid rates of decline this year than last year. Significantly, employment growth in the Matsu turned negative for the first time in the most recent quarter. The rest of the state has seen a more rapid rate of job loss both years than any of the larger labor markets in the state.

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Personally, i've never bought into this lunatic idea of "WE MUST HAVE ETERNAL JOB GROWTH AND GDP OF 3% OR ELSE!!!!" It's a red herring to import Fake Alaskans into the state and import Fake Americans into America. In fact, i'm convinced that the best thing to happen to Alaska (and America in general) is a net export of people!

By exporting the fake and weak willed Alaskans from this state it will drive down housing prices.

When housing prices go down, Real Alaskans are more likely to buy an affordable house, start a family, create kids and thus replenish the population stock with Native Born Alaskans.

The 'we must have more immigrants' argument is a scam created by the Boomers in order to inflate housing prices so they can cash out on the artificial housing bubble when they retire. It's really not that complicated to see.

It's harsh but true.

You Don't Believe Me?

Why Trump's Immigration Crackdown Could Sink U.S. Home Prices

On Tuesday, the Trump administration detailed plans for a sweeping crackdown on undocumented immigrants, saying the authorities would deport many more people without court hearings. Under Obama, the government focused on those convicted of violent crimes; Trump would lower the bar to include fraud and, in some cases, a belief the residents threatened public safety.

“If Trump gets the immigration plan he wants, the housing market will get hit harder than any other,” said Alex Nowrasteh, a policy analyst for the libertarian Cato Institute. If “millions of people get deported and more people don’t come in to take their place, then you’ll have downward pressure on home prices, especially in urban areas.”

In other words, deportations (or in terms of Alaskan emigration) actually helps those who remain. Politicians will try to tell you otherwise, don't listen to them as they clearly hate affordable housing!

There's always two-sides of a narrative. The Fake News and the Real News that Matters. Luckily you read POW Report and get the Real News every day!


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