Give her a shout…

I am working on getting articles written by journalists…so right now I’m canvasing people in the
Health Care industry who have been outsourced or early retired…

If you know anyone in this category – can you pass them along to me – especially if they would
be willing to be quoted in a newspaper….

So – anyone who got laid off from UHC, Humana, Aetna, Cigna or Anthem because of off shore labor.

Can you send me the e-mails of the other folks you mention in the video…and I’ll try to connect with them..

hilariegamm@gmail.com

Dear John says the VA

Dear Virgil Bierschwale,

This refers to the application you recently submitted to this office for the position below:
Position Title: Housekeeping Aid Supervisor
Pay Plan/Series/Grade: WS-3566-2
Hiring Office: Audie L Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital
Location: San Antonio, Texas

Based on the application package you submitted and/or the answers provided on the occupational questionnaire you were found:

Eligible for the following position or positions:

  • WS-3566-2; You are tentatively eligible for this series/grade combination based on your self-rating of your qualifications.

You will receive notification of your referral status if you were found eligible and your application is forwarded to the selecting official. If you were found ineligible this is your final notice regarding this vacancy announcement for this position, series/grade and location.

If you have questions regarding this notice please contact VHA Nationwide Recruitment at CAVHS.DEU@VA.GOV or (844)456-5208.

PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL MESSAGE. IT IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED.

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Dear John says the VA

Dear Virgil Bierschwale,

This refers to the application you recently submitted to this office for the position below:
Position Title: IT Specialist (SYSANALYSIS)
Pay Plan/Series/Grade: GS-2210-12/13
Hiring Office: DAS Finance
Location: Austin, Texas

Based on the application package you submitted and/or the answers provided on the occupational questionnaire you were found:

Ineligible for the following position or positions:

  • GS-2210-12; You were not considered because your application does not show that you meet the Selective Placement Factor for this position, as specified in the job opportunity announcement.
  • GS-2210-13; You were not considered because your application does not show that you meet the Selective Placement Factor for this position, as specified in the job opportunity announcement.

You will receive notification of your referral status if you were found eligible and your application is forwarded to the selecting official. If you were found ineligible this is your final notice regarding this vacancy announcement for this position, series/grade and location.

If you have questions regarding this notice please contact VHA Nationwide Recruitment at CAVHS.DEU@VA.GOV or (844)456-5208.

PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL MESSAGE. IT IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED.

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Want to keep your job?

This pretty well sums up what is happening to every job in America.

Our silence enables this simply because as long as our government can say that unemployment is less than 5%, nobody will be any wiser.

By telling your story, we can show that unemployment is much larger than 5%.

 

The 2016 Data tells us a lot

EEO-1 – 272,536 businesses with over 100 employees – 53,964,614 total employees.

Basically that is one third of our civilian workforce.

So, if our big businesses send those jobs to other countries, do you think that will decrease the jobs available in America?

In 2010, we had 242,873 businesses with over 100 employees – 47,498,696 total employees

In 2000, we had 197,072 businesses with over 100 employees – 43,995,543 total employees

so, in 16 years we had an increase of about 10 million employees.

Do you think we are keeping up with our population when we send our jobs to other countries?

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Riia O’Donnell, why do you hate Americans who want to work in America so much?

That is the first thing that came to mind when I read this article.

With unemployment so high.

No, not the Tokyo Rose Globalization Propaganda.

The actual labor force participation rate data shows what really is happening.

So many of us desperately want to work in our country and we have the skills that our employers say they can’t find

Yet they refuse to give us an opportunity and instead do this:

The skills gap and low unemployment rates are putting the squeeze on businesses trying to maintain head count. Workflow has been disrupted and morale is taking a hit. In this challenging market, some enterprises are looking abroad for talent, and for more than just to fill in the gaps. For many, it’s becoming critical to have a global view when it comes to hiring. The challenge is more than just sourcing and acquiring talent, however: it’s making sure all compliance and regulatory measures are met, too.

https://www.hrdive.com/news/is-it-time-to-look-to-foreign-workers-to-fill-the-skills-gap/524513/

 

U-6 Unemployment rate for April 2018 was 7.4 percent

161,527,000 was the civilian labor force for april 2018

multiply that by .074 and you get 11,952,998 that are unemployed

the latest jobs available number was 6,600,000 according to the jolts report for march 2018 (latest number we have)

subtract that from the unemployed and you quickly realize that 5,352,998 of the COUNTED unemployed cannot possibly find work.

What about those whose unemployment has expired and have not found work and are no longer counted?

Do you realize now why I have used the name of “The Volcano” for my latest publication?