The previous years’ economic problems have indeed affected not only one but different countries—developing and non-developing; it has given great financial burden to businesses, both big and small; and it has affected the life of people. It has been nothing but ordinary to hear financial analysts say that things will soon enough start to be smooth and the economy will start to pick up. This analysis is only one of those considered to be “false prophecies” from people who are also trying to convince themselves. There have been other false assumptions when it comes to the recovery of the economy such as the White House’s assurance that they would be doing their best to avoid the unemployment percentile to reach 8%. Unfortunately 8% is too much to assume and the unemployment level in the United States has never been above the expected fraction.
Comparing the present status of the economy to the last great Depression, economists and financial analysts reported that unemployment problems should be given at least four to five years to be solved. They also have been giving encouragement to people that everybody will survive such an economic turmoil as how they have done it before. They also added that natural calamities, like the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan and snowstorms that hit other states have contributed to make the recovery harder and once these calamities stop striking countries, continuous upturn should be expected.
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