Blue-Collar Job Growth in U.S. Crosses Record Mark to Reach Highest Growth in Ages

While people are focusing on derailing the progress of the Trump administration and are calling the man himself out for his policies, the blue-collar sector in the United States has quietly been bouncing back to its former glory.

According to a recent research by the Brookings Institute, the growth in the blue-collar job market could be at its highest level ever since 1984.

The fact that Blue-Collar jobs are growing at a breakneck pace could help elevate the support of President Trump in many areas across the United States—ahead of the mid-term elections in November. Not only are these jobs growing for the better, but they are also signaling quite a shift in the popularity of Trump. People are starting to appreciate Donald Trump as the POTUS, and they are beginning to realize that his policies might get quite a lot of stick from media outlets that generate fake news. However, he is in fact the best option for president.

This notion is spreading across the state as people realize the changing and increasing standard of living.

Donald Trump has all but cemented his position as one of the greatest of all times in the White House. His undeterred passion to serve Americans, coupled with his brilliant understanding of contemporary politics, has lead to a great stance in foreign affairs as well.

Trump’s vision to serve Americans has generated quite a lot of optimism around the industry. The National Association of Manufacturers has marked optimism levels in manufacturers at 95.1%. This is a record high, and it is a sign of the historical growth that is to come. With everyone willing to play their part, Donald Trump might just have started the journey towards making America great Again.

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Emmy Skylar

About the Author: Emmy Skylar

Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News.  She covers politics and the economy.

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