24% of Americans now say right now is a good time to find a job, triple the amount from March 2008. In January 2007, 48% of Americans thought it was a good time to find a quality job. The poll was conducted by telephone and reached 1,015 participants. Pictured below is a chart of the American's thoughts on the job outlook:
Why has job outlook increased? Is it because more people don't have jobs, so they think that their is potentially more openings? Is the economy actually getting better? Stats are skewed all the time and just public perception of what a "quality" job is. Also as I posted earlier, the American confidence in television and Congress is at an all-time low, so how can we trust the information the media is giving us, and should Congress start to change something about themselves and the economy to make them well-liked and trusting again?