Stimulus plan to bring more than just the obvious jobs

April 20, 2009

Most consumers are not confident that more jobs will be created because of the stimulus plan, according to a recent job growth confidence poll. But according to experts, job creation is expected to increase by the end of 2010. While some of the primary jobs created might be in obvious areas, such as nurses, physicians and elementary school teachers, you might not realize that many secondary jobs will be needed to support these primary areas. If you’re wondering where the primary and secondary jobs will be, here’s a look at four industries set to benefit from the stimulus plan and the jobs each industry will create.

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