According to a report release by the White House today, President Obama’s economic stimulus plan has saved or created 650,000 jobs so far and is on track to the president’s goal of 3.5 million jobs by the end of 2010. The White House credits the $787 billion stimulus plan, Cash for Clunkers program and the 1st Time Home Buyers rebate with helping the economy grow after four straight losing quarters. The government has created www.recovery.gov where users can view stimulus spending information and data.
White House reports stimulus plan saved/created 650,000 jobsPublished October 30, 2009 Business Travel/Corporate Travel , Corporate Housing and the Economy , Economy Leave a Comment
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