More People Searching For “Make Money“ As U.S. Government Fails To Pass American Jobs Act
The amount of people looking to make money online has surged the last five years as governments fail to fix critical job issues.
If you’ve ever searched for the term “make money” or “make money online” in a search engine such as Google, you’re not alone. More than 60 million people search for information about how to make money using the internet every year.
This is a figure that has been growing at a staggering rate. Due to the slow growth of economies from all parts of the world, people have turned to their computers to try to earn a living for themselves.
“People have realized that there is no such thing as ’job security’ anymore,” says Matt Collier, the editor of MakeMoneyCheck.com, a popular site providing tips about how to make money online and reviews of money-making programs. "They realize that they need to take responsibility for their family’s well-being, not leave it up to a government that has failed them time and time again.”
The lack of job creation over the last 4 years is a problem that the American Jobs Act and other government programs are attempting to fix, but change is coming too slowly. There are fears that a lack of financial security will cripple further economic growth as new generations of young Americans try to put their skills to use.
“Luckily, it has never been easier to start making a living online,” Matt explains. "There are new websites and opportunities popping up everyday that enable you to use your skills to make an income. Anyone can do it, young or old.”
Matt may have a point. Over the past 3 months, visits at MakeMoneyCheck.com have more than tripled. "That will only keep rising as more people discover they don’t need government help or a corporate job to earn a living anymore,” he says.
You can find Make Money Check at http://makemoneycheck.com
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