By Russell Ruggiero and Matthew Harang

Since the Great Recession started somewhere around 2006, America has lost millions of well-paying jobs and replaced them with the lower-paying type. This trend is quite troublesome and will most likely foster a lower overall standard of living for generations to come. The primary goal of this report is to explore viable options that could help create jobs for America over the next thirty years. Each is written from a different perspective, but they are all meant to augment one another to help solve the problem of creating well-paying jobs over the long-term. Regarding the problem of job creation, we have presented various models that may be of value concerning this key topic.

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