Would The Keystone Pipeline create jobs for manufacturing as well as construction?
For years instead of stimulus that lasted a few months? For very little taxpayer dollars instead of stimulus that cost hundreds of thousands per job that did not even last a year? Hundreds of miles of stainless steel pipe or plate for the mills. Thousands of valves and fittings for fabricators and foundries. Control systems for the electronics Construction Vehicles and work crew trucks Construction workers Welders Welding Rod by the tons Grinding wheels for US manufacturers Wire brushes for the factories Inspection equipment to verify each and every weld and joint Environmental consultants and inspectors Sales people and distribution workers for the suppliers.
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The Keystone Pipeline project would have created * 20,000 temporary jobs * 120,000 permenant jobs...minimum
Answered By: matthew - 1/20/2012
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For Canadians. Why do you assume that they will hire local workers? Isn't that we can't find work because employers say there is no skilled workers? So you believe that another country is going to come in and hire local unskilled labor? Really? Do you have a bridge for sell as well?
Answered By: Crow - 1/20/2012
Actually .. it is even worse than that. Listen to Canada:
Answered By: Texas Mike - 1/20/2012
Answered By: RUKiddingtoo - 1/20/2012
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Answered By: Foghorn - 1/20/2012
Reliable, inexpensive energy underpins the entire American economy. "Necessarily skyrocket" kills it.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 1/20/2012
Yes, as you said. And that doesn't include what they would spend in the local economies.
Answered By: George and the Dummy - 1/20/2012
Knowing Obama's record of screwing the American worker. All those supplies would come from China and the pipeline would be engineered and assembled by Chinese workers. Same as the time he had a wind farm built by Chinese engineers using components from Europe... More
Answered By: America Is Exceptional, Obama Is Not - 1/20/2012
It would create jobs, and it would be good for the economy.
Answered By: Mike W - 1/20/2012
How the private marketplace solves the jobs problem..... no government needed. http://money.cnn.com/2011/09/28/pf/north_dakota_jobs/index.htm
Answered By: George B - 1/20/2012
How many jobs are created and for whom is speculative and currently more a function of who is doing the marketing pitch. No doubt jobs will be created. The Keystone Pipeline may be a good thing or it may not. Under the current plan it is certainly not something most mid-western state governors want because of the risk... More
Answered By: Hempington - 1/20/2012
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