From the Desk of
Michael Blichasz
American Workers' Advocate
Host of the Saturday Variety Program at 11 A.M.
860 AM Radio WWDB • Philadelphia, PA
Commentary from Saturday, November 12, 2011

Job Landscape in America Has Changed!

As you talk with people who have been employed during the last 15 to 20 years, they will tell how much the job landscape in America has changed. Today, America needs 24 million jobs to be a stable and growing economy. With this in mind, we can understand how important it is to support one-another so the 14 million American presently unemployed as well as the 10 million additional Americans seeking to be employed can become part of the workforce as soon as possible. I'm sure that the people who used up their unemployment benefits, recent graduates not able to find a job, and individuals seeking to return to the workforce would appreciate our efforts. Add all categories together and include the veterans returning home who will also be looking for jobs and you can see why it is so important for us to unite behind the Buy American Made Campaign.

Creating 24 million additional jobs in America sounds hard to accomplish, but when you consider that if just a portion of America's 29 million businesses could hire a few new workers because the American people were seeking out and purchasing products made in the U.S.A., America's job situation could improve dramatically.

If all of us get into the habit of looking at labels and spending more of our dollars on the American made products still available in our stores, we will create a demand for American made items and help create more jobs. Our goal is to cut down the unemployment rate and get more people working in every industry possible, from manufacturing to sales with no job possibilities left unconsidered. Rebuilding America's industries and economy must be everyone’s top priority.

To help unite people to support our efforts, American Workers Radio is being completed. It will outreach to listeners and welcome ideas on ways to make positive change, unite efforts and urge Americans to support America's workers and the businesses that employ them. The goal of is to motivate people to take action to help restore jobs, because people can't expect results without everyone doing their part.

This is Michael Blichasz, I ask that you spread the word about the Buy American Made Campaign to everyone you know. I welcome your comments and suggestions and invite you to contact me from the email link located on the front page of AmericanWorkersNeedYou.