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Week of June 20, 2011

Question of the Week

How should the government remedy the nation’s unemployment rate?

Nesha Haniff, lecturer IV in women’s studies and the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies
“By shifting the responsibilities from taxpayers to large corporations, who must take more responsibility in job creation. The recent debacle of the taxpayers bailing out corporate banks and Wall Street is a good example of the social inequity of this country where poor people must pay for egregious errors of the rich.”

Elizabeth Jurmu, International Programs adviser, Center for Global and Intercultural Study
“Looking for more green or agricultural jobs. Something renewable so that we can maintain the jobs we already have and create new ones at the same time.”

Kevin Tan, U-M sophomore, Troy
“The government should stop cutting funding for education and help to prepare students for a career by teaching them the necessary skills. They should incentivise education about globalization and a fully international marketplace.”
 

—Compiled and photographed by Kristin Thomas.

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