Creating a business climate where many people are able to work is good for Americans. People use many muscles working. The result is individuals remain in great shape.
Benefits are people rely less on having to be taken to the hospital for a heart ailment or other symptom resulting from a lack of exercise.
HHS also reported “Aging is associated with an increase in functional limitation and in the prevalence of chronic conditions. As people age, they tend to use more hospital services and prescription medicines. In 1999, people over the age of 65 years experienced nearly three times as many hospital days per thousand than the general population. This ratio goes up to nearly four times for people over the age of 75”.
Government also wants individuals to b active and that is why Betty White’s new show is so supported. Ever wonder why it is named “Off Their Rockers”?
It is in America’s interest to create opportunities for business to reduce cost of goods produced. Consequently, that is why many people are advocating we strengthen our Energy & Transportation Infrastructure. The benefits are many:
1) Water Conservation and lowering cost of living.
2) Creating Reusable Energy Resources to also lower Utility Bills
3) Offering MOré Transportation Alternatives reducing traffic congestion
4) Environmentally Friendlier
5) Enhancing Quality of Life
With Japan’s Shinkansen in place thousands of jobs have been produced and this is evident in Hitachi’s stock price that has tripled over the last twenty years.
Our world economy started to slide when America’s manufacturing base was reduced.
The Center on Globalization stated “Nearly 250 existing manufacturing locations in 35 states are currently producing rail vehicles or component parts”.
While domestic manufacturers exist in many of the industry subsectors, the U.S. supply chain has several gaps, and many higher-value added activities are still performed abroad. As a result, metropolitan orders for trains are going to foreign manufacturers and two examples were shown:
- Houston Metro's order of 19 subway cars, which just went to Siemens (NYSE: SI )
- Orlando, Fla.'s SunRail, which went to Bombardier (TSE: BBD.B).
However, this report also highlighted even though as many as 14,000 people are employed in the United States that are connected to the passenger and transit rail supply chain “at least half a million people in total are directly employed in rail vehicle manufacturing” industry worldwide”.
Is High Speed Rail important to America = Yes!
Craig Canine wrote “A single freight train can take as many as 280 trucks off the highway and uses a quarter as much fuel as an average truck to move a ton one mile. Amtrak passenger trains, hardly paragons of up-to-date technology, consume on average 18 percent less energy per passenger mile than airplanes and 27 percent less than cars. So policies that encourage and expand rail transport will yield net reductions in both oil dependence and greenhouse gas emissions.”
Less energy consumed by America the better chance Everyone has building Family Wealth.
Imagine a Grandparent picking up a Grandchild in a new vehicle because they were able to earn a living well into their seventies and saying what song would you like to hear and the request was “Good Feeling” by FLO Rida.
Conclusion & Recommendation
We will have a Healthier & MOré Vibrant America Strengthening our Infrastructure and America will benefit in many ways because People will remain active requiring less medical care.
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