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What jobs will the American Jobs Act increase long-term?

One prediction is that it will be the low-to-moderate pay ranges that will experience the most increased jobs. Is this what we need?

The largest sector of Americans does not possess the postsecondary and professional education and certification required for most of the highest paid jobs advertised during this time period when the American Jobs Act appeared:  July, August, and September 2011.  Unemployment was 9.1% in those first two months.

Will tax cuts and incentives spur the adventurous among the unemployed to open their own businesses and create jobs for others?

What specific jobs will be increased? See the link above to find out.

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