Look in the classifieds. Whallah! Good jobs for everyone!
Sorry we ever doubted. She's a genius.
The March unemployment figures put the Milwaukee metro area jobless rate at 5.5%, but that doesn't count a lot of "discouraged" workers who are not officially in the pool and actively looking. That rate equals 43,932 people looking for work.
The headline on McBride's post is a classic:
THERE ARE ENOUGH JOBS TO FILL THE CLASSIFIED ADS EVERY SUNDAY
In the same way, I have marveled at the fact that there is just enough news every day to exactly fill the pages of the Journal Sentinel. They never run out, and there's never any extra. Whallah!
Then there's the fact that there are just the right number of every kind of job to match the population -- just enough executive jobs for people who want to be executives, and enough garbage collection jobs for people who want to collect garbage.
This must be what they call Intelligent Design, no?