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Fox News is on the job -- in January showing some job growth as we take a look at the jobs report.
-- get a planet rate is lower eight point 3% we -- some private sector job growth though is that good sign.
In New York City one industry is putting out the help wanted sign thanks to.
A lot of broken rocks and Julie Banderas -- -- queens it sounds more.
-- -- -- -- Yet you know those unemployment numbers -- out today and the State -- New York sits at about 8% the unemployment rate that means about 768000.
Unemployed New Yorkers but.
The mock boom mining business is actually adding jobs and here is why if you take a look building infrastructure by digging out the earth.
Thanks to some of the largest underground construction projects New York has seen in decades.
With one of the largest in the world happening right here to connect the Long Island railroad to the city's transportation -- Penn Station.
Other projects include tunneling under Manhattan to extend the city's subway system and in the process of millions of tons of ground up virgin rockets called mock.
We'll be dug up and holed out from the city streets and all together these projects will estimate.
A total of 15100.
Acres of -- that's equivalent to a thousand football field one foot deep creating over 100000.
The multiplier effect he uses for these tremendous -- probably if you look at what happens in the job that they're creating outside the region.
This is a probably going back over.
So so that's a great employment opportunities for everyone -- I wish that everyone would figure out of that building infrastructure is the way.
To dig ourselves out -- of our decision angry look good job.
And the -- calling it a raking in the profits to like -- into the rock recycling facility in Newark, New Jersey -- is mixed with other product -- and product.
Then sold to projects around the region the -- landfill to build anything from golf courses to public parks making the untouched rock that sits under Manhattan literally a gold mine and while the mock the boom will dwindle a bit once they're done with these three projects years down the road there is.
Potential future projects like perhaps digging a tunnel underneath the Hudson River to connect new York and New Jersey battled they got millions of tons of -- And at about twelve dollars per ton.
It seems at the mock -- boom will continue into the future back to you know.
Did -- -- think he'd be reporting on -- Good I never thought I'd ever say the word on live TV and I never had heard of it until then thank god I didn't slip you know -- -- -- They say good for the economy don't go we'll go race with that the headlines -- glad for jobs cut -- -- for good.
-- -- thank you exactly.
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