A new U.S. government project was announced today and despite the controversial topic it seems politicians from both sides of the spectrum are receptive to the project. The so called American Jobs Act is still in the initial planning stages but analysts believe that implementing this plan could easily create millions of jobs nationwide which could significantly help boost the U.S. economic recovery efforts.
The current plan for the American Jobs Act is based on tax incentives and spending assistance for large and small corporations that are actively working to add new jobs to their payroll. At this time there are already provisions in effect but the proposed plan would be significantly more effective according to most politicians
The good news from this plan is that it will make a big difference in terms of economic recovery; no longer will there be an issue of such extreme job shortages and in turn millions of American people will be able to get their lives back on track. No word on when the plan is expected to be voted on or possibly implemented but at this point analysts say there is a relatively good chance of it being put into action sometime soon. Congress is now dealing with the plan that President Obama approved and depending on the results we may or may not eventually get to see the possible benefits of this amazing and likely significant job creation project.