• Saturday, September 10th, 2011
Excerpt from Examiner.com article
The White House to unveil detailed jobs plan soon
President Barack Obama laid out his plan to get Americans back to work during his speech on jobs to Congress this week. While the nation has been impacted as a whole, job seekers and business owners in the Washington, DC area sound off about their fears, frustration, and hope as a seemingly last ditch effort to corral both political parties to solve the continuing crisis was made by the President.
A real estate professional in Virginia, who asked that we not reveal her identity, said that she continues to endure the negative impact the economy has had on her industry. In addition to worrying about making ends meet due to a reduced income, she faces almost $50,000 in debt from the IRS and medical bills.
We are issuing a series of articles on the impact of the jobs situation in the DC metro area. Send your comments, suggestions, and feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Friday, September 09th, 2011
On the heels of President Barack Obama’s speech to Congress last night about his plan for jobs, and specifically, the American Jobs Act, the White House will hold a teleconference this afternoon. Details and call in information are below:
JOBS CREATION UPDATE CONFERENCE WITH THE WHITE HOUSE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PRESIDENT’S PLAN
Last night President Obama presented his plan to create jobs and grow our economy during a nationally televised address to both U.S. Houses of Congress. Now it’s your turn to learn more and hear details. This afternoon, Friday, September 9th at 4:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time, the White House will hold a Jobs Update conference call.
WHAT: Jobs Update Conference Call with White House Officials
WHEN: Friday, September 9th
HOW: Call toll free 1 – (800) 230-1059
TITLE: Jobs Update Conference Call (this is the title you give to the
• Thursday, February 17th, 2011
To help stay connected to the American people, the White House recently launched their Advise the Advisor program. Advise the Advisor is an opportunity for you to share your thoughts, opinions and feedback with the President’s senior advisors at the White House.
Each week, a different advisor will pose updates about what’s going on at the White House and ask questions regarding hot topics. After receiving your feedback, the White House team will publish a response to www.WhiteHouse.gov.
This week, Senior Advisor David Plouffe asks the public how innovation impacts the economy, and what barriers to innovation should be on the White House’s radar.
Have an opinion? Share it at http://www.whitehouse.gov/advise and be on the lookout for future questions and responses.