By Doug Cunningham
More than 11 million jobs would be created over ten years if Congress approved a $1 trillion U.S. infrastructure rebuild. That’s according to a study from Georgetown University’s Center On Education and The Workforce.
The report says it would at least temporarily revive America’s blue collar economy because more than half of the new jobs would go to high school educated and college dropout workers.
According to the report, if the Senate Democratic infrastructure plan were adopted it would create even more jobs - 15 million over ten years.
Historically more jobs have been created under Democratic Presidents than under Republicans.