Has the US become a nation of 'temp' jobs and no longer 'permanent' jobs?

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Asked at 2012-09-06 19:54:03
It seems that many employers in the U.S. no longer want to provide a sense of stability for employment or career workers , but expects customers to take long-term commitments , such as car loans and mortgages five years to 30 years . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Can U.S. companies have both or not ?
Answer1AntaAnswered at 2012-09-11 03:45:06
Do not blame U.S. businesses horrible policies that the government has created over the years that has strength in business this "solution " to stay in business ! There have been too many rules , regulations , " benefits " requirements , minimum wage, etc etc that make it almost impossible for a business to comply with the maintenance of a "long -term full-time " staff longer and still remain in business and make a profit . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus If the government would get their damn hands out of business, it will gladly return to the " old style" business practices . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I made the last part myself.
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