NYC Mayoral Democratic nominee Eric Adams talks about his plan for economic recovery at the annual SALT conference on Sept. 13 at the Javits Center in New York.
“We in New York are idle as a city and useless as a country. And we have to stop feeding the crises we are experiencing and start going to the underlying causes,” Adams said. New York will no longer be anti-trade. It’s going to be a place where we welcome business and don’t turn into a bustling city for so many years.”
Adams said he plans to invest in and attract industries to the city so that more young people can get those jobs, adding that free, subsidized childcare will be provided, highlighting that that he is proposing a better partnership between the city and the employers.
“There’s a huge investment that we plan to make in New York, but we expect something in return. We ask you to give your jobs to New Yorkers. Right now, there are hundreds of thousands of people out of work in New York. are out there, and you have hundreds of thousands of jobs that we can fill.”
“We want to connect you with New Yorkers who are unemployed or underemployed. That’s why I’m proposing an unprecedented partnership—between the city’s employers and the city—to make those connections and things available to you in this city.” To make a common application, one job application to fill all jobs. So I’m offering my hand in partnership today, but I’m also making a demand. Developing this city and getting the people of New York back to work Pledge to be a part of this unprecedented effort to bring
Republican New York mayoral candidate Curtis Sliva criticized Adams’ plan during a convention the next day.
Sliva told The Epoch Times during the conference in Manhattan that he thinks Adams is “foodie” for large corporations, maintaining that most people in the city don’t get their jobs.
“I haven’t seen any plans that deal with the majority of business owners, 90 percent who are supposed to be small businessmen and women who have 100 employees or less, or 20 employees or less. She seems to be super-rich now.” Elite has become involved with people who are at the Fortune 500 corporate levels, Wall Street,” Sliva said.
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