Friday, August 23, 2013

Efficient Processes and the Struggling Economy

I am a fan of efficiency. The rapid development of technology has made efficient processes easier to achieve.

However, I am constantly baffled by government offices ridiculous LACK of efficiency.

The Illinois Department of Employment Services (IDES) CLOSED SEVEN OFFICES on March 1.
Illinois has the second highest unemployment rate in the nation. Wouldn't it make sense to keep these offices open and and thus, employ more people? But, I suppose, I'm no economist and I don't really know anything about the sequester and the federal budget.

I'm just saying, the process could be more efficient. In my previous job at a mid-size business performance consulting firm, I worked with many engineers who created efficient processes for businesses. Perhaps if I knew how to do that, I wouldn't be unemployed.

But I can edit the hell out of some text.

Who wants to hire me!?

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