A new presidential administration inevitably enacts different policies causing effects on almost every issue across the spectrum of public policy. The President-elect Trump’s transition team has been echoing his remarks that job creation and economic growth are top priorities for his administration that will take office on January 20th.
With voters across demographic lines stating in a recent Gallup Poll that jobs and the economy are top priorities for them, it appears that all eyes will be on the new Trump administration’s labor changes and employment policies.
President-elect Trump has pledged to create 25 million jobs over the next ten years and has repeatedly stated that America should be “the best place in the world to get a job.” Journalists, politicians, and voters from both sides of the aisle have speculated as to how this would happen and the changes that may be imminent.
A new administration is often a wildcard. Major policies emerge that were not a part of the campaign, promises from the campaign trail are forgotten, and crises call for immediate actions that can sometimes curtail long-term plans. We do know that President-elect Trump is opposed to restrictive regulation and supports growth. How that will manifest itself can be predicted with some assuredness, and the realities are soon to come.
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