Story by Superior Auto Institute / www.nodents.com
It's absolutely no secret that we have been in one of the worst recessions
in the past seventy years. What does come as a shock to many people is that
even when it seems to be deteriorating there is still so much damage to be
In 2007, our economy as we knew it started falling down hill and since then
it has been on a path leading us through unemployment, high health-costs,
stock drops and the foreclosure of many homes. For many, the effects of this
recession have been life-altering, many have hit rock bottom and have no
idea when things are going to turn back around. Children don't know much
different if you ask them but parents are scared of what's to come if they
do not find some way to cover this month's mortgage. Job's were taken for
granted that they would be there next week, next month or even next year.
Now people are wondering if their job will even be there tomorrow.
With the news that this recession is ending comes a lot of hope from people
who have since lost a lot of their hope. Even though the recession ending
should be great news people are still fretting because it doesn't seem as
though that much has changed. When you are "working class" you have no idea
what is going on with economy, you are simply listening to what the
government says and you hope they at least know what they are talking about.
Sometimes though not even the government can predict exactly what is going
to happen in our economy.
With that being said, the economy does seem to be heading up, except for
unemployment. In the 3rd quarter, the economy grew 3.5 percent which is said
to be the best rate in the past two years. Analysts expect that the
economy's recovery will be caterpillar slow in getting back to normal, due
to the rising of unemployment.
Manufacturing goods went up 22.3 percent in the 3rd quarter which is the
most it's seen since 2001. Most of the purchases in which helped the
manufacturing goods obtain a higher percent came from the auto sales which
was highly due to the $4,500 rebate American's received for trading in their
older vehicles for newer better gas- mileage vehicles during the program
"Cash for Clunkers" this summer. Home sales jumped up 23.4 percent which has
been the largest since 1986.
While the economy is climbing back up, all its contributing factors seem to
be helping it equally except for the job market which seems to be getting
worse. Unemployment is the only thing that has been left out when it comes
to the government's help, so what are they planning to do if anything? No
one really knows.
Why wait to find out? Why not get back to work as soon as possible? You
could be taking a course right now which teaches you the art of
glue-pulling. You could be well on your way to learning all the tricks and
trades of a Paintless Dent Repair Technician. The course only takes two
weeks, much less time than college and less expensive than college too. It
doesn't take a lot of money to start up and once you've bought your tools
and started working you will see that your tools have pretty much paid for
Unemployment is not getting any better and the government is not doing much
to help those without jobs out, so why not help yourself? Get out there and
start your own Paintless Dent Repair business and make the kind of money you
should be earning.