Like myself, many other wise people concluded that there was no way to measure a "saved job."
But there is a new sheriff in town, Donald J. Trump. Clearly he saved 1,000 jobs that were headed to Mexico.
From the Indianapolis Star:
About 1,400 Indianapolis workers who've spent months grieving the impending loss of of their high-wage manufacturing jobs received a shocking dose of hope Tuesday as the incoming Trump administration scored its first major victory.
Their jobs might be saved.
Carrier Corp. has reached an agreement with President-elect Donald Trump to keep "close to 1,000 jobs" in the city, scrapping a plan to shift all of its Indianapolis operations to Mexico. The heating and air conditioning giant confirmed the agreement on Twitter, but did not provide details.
Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence are scheduled to appear in the city Thursday for a formal announcement, according to a transition official who requested anonymity.