Tuesday, December 13, 2016

IBM will add 25,000 jobs

IBM plans to hire 25,000 American workers in President Trump's first term as we Make America Great Again.

From the Daily Mail:
About 6,000 of those hirings will occur in 2017, IBM chief executive Ginni Rometty said in an opinion article published in the newspaper USA Today.
IBM, which has undertaken in recent years a restructuring of its activities, will invest $1 billion on employee training and development in the next four years, said the IBM president, chairman and CEO.
"We are hiring because the nature of work is evolving -- and that is also why so many of these jobs remain hard to fill," Rometty said, noting that many industries were being reshaped by data science and cloud computing.
"Jobs are being created that demand new skills -- which in turn requires new approaches to education, training and recruiting," she said.
"This is not about white collar vs. blue collar jobs, but about the 'new collar' jobs that employers in many industries demand, but which remain largely unfilled."
Rometty is a member of Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum, a group of US business leaders focused on boosting economic growth and jobs.
Tell me again how we will never get those jobs back.

I like being lectured on capitalism by people who work at tax-exempt think tanks.

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12 comments:

  1. Well, to be fair, Obama created lots of LEO positions. sark

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  2. Just watched the rally in WI on Conservative Treehouse. Great. Trump talked about his doubts when the MSM exit polls were coming in and Melania kept telling him he was going to win. Then the actual returns started coming in.
    Seeing all this stuff happening even before he takes office shows how a lot of people were holding back waiting to see if America could somehow come out of the funk she's been in for the past ten years. Yeah. It goes back to before Obama, but he did nothing to make things better. It's like we're all Dorothy looking at Toto and everything is in color.

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    1. Doc, thati is a very astute comment. I'm not sure people understand yet how much he loves his kids and how proud of them he is. He's a Dad, first and foremost, and That's What's Important.

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  3. OH NOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo. Not MORE good news!!!!!11111!!!! Whatever shall we dooooooo????
    And this from the UK's Daily Mail reporting what was in USA Today? First I'd heard; hadn't seen it at Instapundit. Don SCOOPED him!

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    1. Insty posted on this at 11:43; beat him by an hour and some.

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