Obama Praises New Jobs Council

During President Obama’s weekly radio broadcast last week, Obama hailed the Jobs and Competiveness Council, saying that it would, “generate good ideas about how we can spur hiring, educate our workers to compete in the 21st century, and attract the best jobs and businesses to America rather than seeing them spring up overseas.”President Obama announced last week that the Chief Executive Officer of the General Electric Company, Jeffrey Immelt, was appointed to lead the Council, and that he, Obama, had nothing but confidence in his ability to run the newly formed panel.Obama is optimistic that the White House directed jobs council will be a group which will help to motivate, and stimulate greater competiveness and the creation of more, much-needed jobs.

Alyssa Anderson

Alyssa Anderson has been involved in the world of business on several levels for many years. She was the CEO of a start-up high-tech company until its purchase by a global on-line e-business. Alyssa helped formulate marketing strategies for several other companies as an independent consultant, and she has advised local government on methods to achieve appropriate fiscal responsibility. Her opinions are well known through her many editorials which have been published throughout her career in a variety of local and national print media. She has been heard on radio discussing current issues affecting the business community and Alyssa hopes to bring her special brand of commonsense coupled with uncanny insight into her editorial responsibilities as the Business Page editor for Left Justified. Contact Alyssa at alyssa(at)leftjustified.com.

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