19 Million Jobs for U.S. Workers
Starting with the financial collapse and Great Recession of 2008-09, the U.S. economy has been experiencing the most severe and protracted
employment crisis since the 1930s Depression. As the employment crisis has proceeded, U.S. commercial banks and large nonfinancia corporations have been building up huge hoards of cash and other liquid assets.
This study examines the impact on job creation of mobilizing these excess liquid assets into productive investments within the U.S. economy
over the next three years.