6-point plan

December 2011
American Cranes & Transport;Dec2011, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p51
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the jobs plan proposed by U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and chief executive officer (CEO) Thomas J. Donohue. It mentions that the proposed jobs plan could create 25 million jobs for unemployed and underemployed individuals in the country. Moreover, the letter which outlines the steps in helping quickly create new jobs which was sent by U.S. President Barack Obama is offered.


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