Mark Bartold's New Book 'Middle-Class Jobs' is a Thoroughly Written Manuscript That Delves Into Ways to Provide Jobs for the Middle Class

Fulton Books author Mark Bartold, an excellent writer interested in politics, economics, history, and more, has completed his most recent book "Middle-Class Jobs": a brilliant account that puts together policies beneficial to people across communities. It will focus on what policies could help provide people from the middle class the jobs that will help them financially. It will also help bring a way for the country to progress economically.

In 2008, the financial crisis caused many workers to lose their jobs. Middle-Class Jobs is a book that was written to try to focus on policies that could be created and passed to create middle-class jobs as well as solve many problems our country needs to address. The book is designed to be a basic reference guide in determining what types of policies could benefit communities by providing middle-class jobs.

Instead of chapters 1 and 2, the sections are broken into policy 1, policy 2, and so on. The policies describe an assortment of jobs with a generic cost per job that is multiplied by the total amount of workers allocated in each policy. Each of these policies are familiar topics, and the readers can flip to whichever policy they are interested in without having to read each policy before it.

Middle-Class Jobs does have some commentary from the author, which brings more context to the particular policy being suggested. Obviously, everyone has their views on different subjects, and for the most part, what we all want is accountability, trust, security, and jobs to feed our families. Each of these policies can be adjusted to the reader's own specifications. The policies are only suggestions and not ready to be voted on and passed. The policies altogether would create over 10 million jobs. The talk of the shrinking middle class has gone on for decades, and the only way to create more middle-class jobs is to create policies similar to the ones in this book. Social security, income taxes, and accountability are also policies in the book Middle-Class Jobs.

To conclude, when the reader is wondering how to solve an issue and create middle-class jobs at the same time, all the reader has to do is grab the book Middle-Class Jobs, find a policy that describes the need, and determine how many jobs they want to create.

Published by Fulton Books, Mark Bartold's thought-provoking read helps provide solutions for the lack of jobs and start to minimize the percentage of the unemployed. This book contains a set of suggested policies to start from, which will give way for communities to achieve social security, welfare, employment, and many others.

Readers who wish to experience this informative work can purchase "Middle-Class Jobs" at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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