Since the 2008 international economic crisis in the Eurozone countries and North America, much of the debate about a country job creation has been confined to government spending and austerity. Some argue that government spending plays an important role in job creation and economic recovery; while others argue that only austerity should play a crucial role in economic recovery. This book is designed for readers interested in the current debate on how western governments influence job creation. Moreover, it takes readers on theories underlying how to influence jobs creation. Additionally, the book takes readers on different political parties' ideology, such as the conviction and arguments of political parties on how they can create environment for jobs creation. Furthermore, this book incorporates the suggestion of what the Eurozone governments and USA can do to influence job creation. This book explains in clear ideas different scenarios that governments could use to boost or facilitate job creation.
The ambition of this book is also to guide readers interested in policy debate on jobs and unemployment, in starting a mature conversation, on how all new ideas should come to the table. This book also addresses business greed, and an increase in profits while pretending to work on jobs increase. In the end, readers will be able to see a clear picture, on how businesses, governments and others could boost job creation, in the same time, amassing enormous profits. Without greed, any stakeholder in job creation should have a win/win scenario that satisfies everybody.