The California's unemployment problem is due primarily to it constantly losing over 200 business each year to outsourcing to other states or foreign countries. This is primarily because we are not competitive in the supply chain. The supply chain starts at resources. Which California I believe has less than one mine and a few oil mines in it. As such, this means that places like other states where gas is substantially lower. Where I just traveled to in my search for our resource mines, which are almost extinct in this country. I have seen other states gas prices as substantially different to ours as a dollar. Along with that the High cost of taxes on business and property here is another reason why business leave. These taxes are due primarily because of the loss of jobs. Which then leads to the loss of taxes. Which leads to the raising of taxes. So if we trace the supply chain of government necessity we can see that California's lack of competition in international and domestic resource markets is the cause and reason for our unemployment. As any algorithmic economic engineer can tell you it all starts with the roots. In this case literally.
The California Deficit problem is the constant lack of reality to deal with the underlying problem. Which is the inability to create a proper competitive supply chain that keeps business hear via competitive resources and thus keeps jobs and taxes here. Which then create a higher tax bases. This tax bases then allows for California to pay its bills. Which means if California has a competitive supply chain. Then we keep business. If we keep business we keep jobs. If we keep jobs we have taxes. If we have taxes we keep low taxes and can pay our bills. As more people are working and less people are on tax subsidized living. Where as almost every cent a Californian earns is taxed in some way. We can see that the millions in lost workers and taxes alone would be enough to destroy our unemployment levels and balance our deficit problems.
As such, we must then look at historical applications for solutions. Historically, when California had mine operations booming. With young bucks and ladies employed and the market place filled with our literally resource earnings. We saw California bloom. We lead in high technology and agriculture and a myriad of other things. Mainly because we had enough mine operations to keep people employed at very good wages. In which allowed business to want to run to the California resource rush. As it was cheaper for them to produce in California than any where in the world. As our resources where right next door.
As such, we look at today. Where not only California but the whole country has undergone a complete lack of skilled workers and actual focus of the government to our mines and literal economic roots. Therefore, to further lock in the logic that opening mines can do wonders for employment and deficit slashing. We can see in North Dakota the very idea I am writing about. Where North Dakota opened a few new areas of resources. Which is now helping North Dakota Flourish. They have a low unemployment. They are gaining new high technological business and centers. There the tax money from the low unemployment and high consumer demand is allowing for a booming state. Therefore, I would suggest that California looks into a similar approach of resource and mineral acquisitions for US citizens to own, operate and work. Internationally we can see how Australia is doing. In which their young bucks and ladies are flush with cash and the market place is booming.