Speaking of creativity...
If you haven't heard of Occupy Wall Street -- it's about time you do:
With the United States' overall unemployment rate at 9.1 percent, I don't think I can blame the general unrest among "the 99%," as these protestors, referencing the one percent in the country who hold all the wealth, refer to themselves as.
While I definitely think there is room for individual change, like living within our financial means, there's still something to be said about the state of our nation's economy and great lack of jobs.
And although the Occupy Wall Street protestors have not yet established a definitive goal, there is one reoccurring theme from the protestors that cuts too close to home: I have a college degree and can't find a reasonable job.
Maybe this has something to do with it:
Unemployment rates per state according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics as of Sep. 28, 2011: Nevada: 13.4%; California: 12.1%; Michigan: 11.2%; Texas: 8.5%; New York: 8%; Oklahoma: 5.6%; North Dakota: 3.5%
Although I'm not anti-corporation and I can't find a single entity or person to blame our country's mess on -- it's evident it's time for a change.
What kind of change? I'm not quite sure. What do you think?