By Matthew Kerkhoff
On Wall Street, more is always better. More revenue, more profit, more growth, more mergers, more IPOs, more money. But in the real world, more is not always better, and a rather unorthodox example of this, is jobs.
First, let me state that yes, I too wish everyone who wanted a good-paying quality job could find one. In an ideal world, the unemployment rate would be zero and we’d all be holding hands and singing kumbaya. This is not that world.