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The End of Growth in The United States

With one month to go in the data series, US Total Non-Farm Payrolls have averaged 131.08 million in 2011.

The problem is that the US is a Very Large System, and needs growth to support its array of future obligations, primarily Social Security and the debt it incurs to run its military budget, and other entitlements.

If you had told someone ten years ago that Total Non-Farm Payrolls would be at similar levels in 2011, that likely would have sounded impossible, or extreme. But the fact is, US Total Non-Farm Payrolls averaged 131.83 million ten years ago, in 2001.

The implications for this lack of growth are quite dire.

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