[APG Public List] Genealogy and Economic Activity
jeanettedaniels8667 at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 4 22:47:46 MST 2011
You are not alone in that thought. I've heard others make that suggestion. Perhaps the oil companies knew how volatile the Middle East was.
I don't want to give the wrong impression. Work is not back to what it was here in Utah, but at least some of the companies that weren't hiring are now hiring.
--- On Fri, 3/4/11, Jacqueline Wilson <wilssearch at gmail.com> wrote:
From: Jacqueline Wilson <wilssearch at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [APG Public List] Genealogy and Economic Activity
To: "apgpubliclist Posting" <apgpubliclist at apgen.org>
Date: Friday, March 4, 2011, 4:56 PM
Perhaps it is not economics but rather the TV show: who do you think you are that is making the difference?
In Illinois, I do not see much economic improvement as jobs are still lacking, with gas and grocery prices increasing a lot! Makes me wonder if the idea behind revolutions in the Middle East were geared to raise the barrel price of oil. I understand that in early January that gas companies were predicting gas to go up to $5/gallon and that was weeks before the events in Egypt made the news.
On Mar 4, 2011, at 8:57 AM, Jeanette Daniels wrote:
Your observations are correct. There is a very slight improvement in the economy that I hope will continue. This is affecting genealogists in
the SLC area. Their businesses are not what they were prior to Pres. Bush's announcement two weeks before the last presidential elections, but there is an improvement.
--- On Fri, 3/4/11, JUDY A RIFFEL <riffelj at bellsouth.net> wrote:
From: JUDY A RIFFEL <riffelj at bellsouth.net>
Subject: [APG Public List] Genealogy and Economic Activity
To: "APG Public List" <apgpubliclist at apgen.org>
Date: Friday, March 4, 2011, 7:49
Sometimes my background in finance and my interest in genealogy merge in
unexpected ways. This morning I was watching CNBC report on improving jobs
numbers while I was thinking about how my own professional genealogical
activity has picked up lately. I wondered if there was a correlation
between genealogical activity and the economy in
general? So, what are others experiencing?
Is genealogy business picking up? Maybe APG could start a
survey -- The Genealogy Economic Indicator? I suggest that mostly in
jest, with a tinge of seriousness.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Jacqueline WilsonEvanston, IL
"Wilssearch Editorial & Research Services - your service of choice for the indexing challenged genealogist." Deputy Sheriff for Publications of the Chicago Corral of the WesternersMasters of Military History student at AMU
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