Skip to comments.Company To Add 332 Jobs In Owensboro (Kentucky)
Posted on 03/03/2013 9:52:45 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Owensboro officials say the city's largest private employer plans an expansion that will add more than 300 new jobs.
Mayor Ron Payne told the Messenger-Inquirer (http://bit.ly/13xp2KC) on Friday that U.S. Bank Home Mortgage will invest $15.2 million in an expansion that will add 332 jobs in the next three years.
With the addition jobs, the company will employ 2,203 workers...
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Before opening the thread I guessed that t would be in some
finance job, and not in a meaningful manufacturing business.
I expect that re-fi mortgages are big business in the new USSA.
So only people in factories have worthy jobs? And where did it say refinance? And let’s say that every one of them is in re-fi or reverse mortgages? Are either one of those illegal or immoral? I’ve been a mortgage loan officer and I don’t recall any unhappy customers. They all signed the closing documents at the lawyer’s office after he fully explained the pros & cons to them.
Hatchet men and eviction specialists, and a few public relations damage control people.
“So only people in factories have worthy jobs? And where did it say refinance? “
I never said that, but America does need hard manufacturing jobs to pull it out of a depression.
Adding “finance” jobs only indicates the problem in the country, unless they are financing new manufacturing, service, or transportation jobs.
Mortgages finance the building, purchase and renovation of residential, commercial, religious and industrial properties every day.
Seriously? Do you live in a tent or twig hut? Because otherwise, your shelter was provided in part by people in the mortgage business, whether you own or rent.
“Before opening the thread I guessed that t would be in some
finance job, and not in a meaningful manufacturing business.”
I agree...I was hoping some REAL JOBS would be created, not just another scam to build up trillions of more debt on my kids.
But, I guess, those days are over.
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