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US Unemployent is Over 30%! – An Interview with Dr. John Russo


workingclassstudies.wordpress.com John B. Russo, Ed.D, is the Coordinator of the Labor Studies Program at the Warren P. Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University where he teaches courses on Labor Law and Negotiations, Occupational Safety and Health and Work in America. He is also the Co-Director of YSU’s Center for Working Class Studies. Dr. Russo has worked regularly with trade unions and has been a labor negotiator himself. He is considered an expert on labor and workplace issues and has consulted regularly on collective bargaining, economic restructuring, pensions, and bankruptcy in manufacturing and transportation from a labor perspective. Dr. Russo has written widely on labor and social issues, given testimony before government commissions, and has been frequently interviewed by the media on workplace issues.His current research interests involve comparative studies of the automobile industries in North America, China, and India and a book on worker rights in the global economy.

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24 Responses to "US Unemployent is Over 30%! – An Interview with Dr. John Russo"

  1. BobbyMercy1 says:
    is there political unrest in slovaka
  2. 1nerdse says:
    Another thing that people don’t know that increases healthcare costs is all the regulatory agencies & the cost of complying, & the cost of implementing & maintaining computerized medical records. Right now, one vendor’s programs can only “talk” to another if there’s a great deal of programming. There are specialty regulatory agencies for every area of healthcare labs, imaging, specialty areas (surgery, ICU, substance abuse & physical rehab, diff types of phys. rehab, outpatient; costs passed 2 U
  3. 1nerdse says:
    Obamacare regulations cost so much to keep up with as do ever changing federal, state, & local regulations for SOX, HIPAA (healthcare-it raises your healthcare costs), corporate compliance, cost a fortune. Benefits cost employers they claim ~$20,000 for benefits for every FTE they hire, so they don’t hire. I remember when steel mills closed in ’80s in Pittsburgh, PA area, at one point on our base 2/3 of active duty were from that area. They’ve never recovered fully from that & now this???
  4. 1nerdse says:
    Also before I got too sick to work, I was kept on but gien more & more work until I was doing the job of 6 people. This happens a lot & if people have any underlying health problems, they end up on disability b/c their health gets ruined. I haven’t seen this addressed yet…I think it’s b/c people who are disabled are viewed as lazy & unwilling to work. Then there are the tent cities all over the US, homeless, some professionals 50+ who can’t get jobs.
  5. 1nerdse says:
    People who are fired (usually on trumped up charges or one mistake inflated beyond belief or blamed for a boss’s mistake or b/c their health is poor & they cost too much in benefits) aren’t counted, either, nor are salaried people given “termination agreements” & take them in hopes of finding another job then end up not employed but aren’t eligible for unemployment due to having taken the termination agreement….I’ve seen lots of firings on the basis of bosses who don’t like them. I watched it.
  6. vechorik says:
    What’s good for America is good for ALL — including JOBS!
    I like how Ron Paul doesn’t participate in class warfare. What’s good for America is good for blacks.
    “Thy BlackMan.com” compares Cain to Paul and chooses Paul!
    Google “Ron Paul & Herman Cain’s Different Philosophies” by Staff
    Re: Israel, Google “Are Evangelical Christians Warmongers” by Pastor Chuck Baldwin
    Ron Paul re: Hispanics – great interview /watch?v=oHiKRVm7ziA
  7. TheMoonandSea says:
    “Our grandfathers and greatgrandfathers suffered a century ago.” That’s funny that only the male half of the population suppossedly suffered. I had a grandmother that suffered plenty during the great depressoin. Male ego and misogyny rearing its ugly head. The male ego was why so many jobs had to be offshored. Men demanded too much pay. A male with a less than high school thought he deserved a six figure salary, a huge house, monster truck, because he was male.
  8. garysquirrelreviews says:
    will buying silver preserve your wealth?
  9. greg357159 says:
    History shows when people get hungry enough they will riot. Kill or be killed will be the new policy in all cities. The US is bankrupt and our leaders are liars and thugs….. Americans act like they don’t know this ? Stupid people will do nothing waiting for the end. Nibiru will be seen in the sky as a second sun this year, earthquakes and volcanism will continue to increase until reality cannot be ignored. Your all “walking dead” …..
  10. greg357159 says:
    History shows when people get hungry enough they will riot and. Kill or be killed will be the new policy in all cities. The US is bankrupt and our leaders are liars and thugs….. Americans act like they don’t know this ? Stupid people will do nothing waiting for the end. Nibiru will be seen in the sky as a second sun this year, earthquakes and volcanism will continue to increase until reality cannot be ignored. Your all “walking dead” …..
  11. texasbluesfiddler says:
    and nobody addresses the idea of sustainablity. We’re a runaway train, no brakes, so what can we expect?
    It’s the same with the economy as it is with the environment, take, take take until nothing is left. It is all tragic.
  12. sniped101 says:
    lol, minimum wage ghetto
  13. Esoparagon says:
    I know some people who have moved to China to escape the US economy.
  14. Panpiper says:
    @LeksServices The internet does not lower the level of public discourse; it lets you ‘know’ the level of public discourse.

    We have a lot of work to do.

  15. MrSammo1 says:
    @freesk8 Stefan is a free thinker and is waking up.
  16. LeksServices says:
    @LeksServices – Oh, wait. That’s LAND, not MONEY! You have to sleep SOMEWHERE. You need to grow food SOMEWHERE. You have to get fuel and water SOMEWHERE. And your landlords have TOTAL POWER over your way of life! Landlords are governments; governments are landlords. There’s no escaping any of that. But you all have this strange warped way of thinking that somehow manages to overlook the obvious. PATHETIC! Enjoy your lives of slavery!
  17. LeksServices says:
    Ya’ll are right. I’m wrong. Money is wealth, not land. It’s money that produces food, not land. It’s money you must live on. Not land. It’s money that produces wood, fuel, oil and so on. Not land. After all, we can all sleep on money, and when we have money, we can tell everyone who can live on our money, what they have to give us for living on our money, what they can and can not do on our money, and we own the food produced on our money.
  18. MabusZero says:
    @freesk8 To quote that spectacular made-for-TV movie. “Merlin”, “You can do whatever you want, so long as you aren’t rude. To be rude is to be weak.”
  19. 11leeman says:
    Dr. John Russo loves men and llamas in his cottage. He also love backgammon and poetry in Autumn.
  20. Stonegoal says:
    Dr. John Russo didn’t even consider changing how money is created.
  21. Stonegoal says:
    Transparency can fix all these problems.
  22. fps0chris says:
    @Lombokstrait1 o because theres def a legitimate reason y u could be pro-drugs…comin from a person who used to be a heavy user..anyway here is the long awaited……lol!
  23. alennna says:
    @paland99 contractors are not private in their job choices hence the quality suffers dramatically. contractors have to waste resources focusing on bribing and pleasing the govt instead of focusing on quality of service, because the contractors get paid by the govt – not by ppl free choice. the freer and more private it is – the better tho. the west had thousands models and variations of cars when Soviets had two! & “Providing service” at the barrel of a gun AND forcing me to pay for it is wrong.
  24. Surouness says:
    @freesk8 And he should have been. I don’t understand why many of us Austrians are so malicious towards someone else who holds a legitimate view on political and economics systems. Respect is the best trait you can have.

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