Corporations are still exporting the good American jobs (like manufacturing jobs) to foreign countries, destroying the power of unions, and stealing worker productivity by keeping wages stagnant in spite of increased worker productivity. They are doing this with the help of their Republican puppets in Congress -- and they can more quickly increase this process of redistributing income from workers to corporations (and their executives), if they can put a Republican (like Willard Mitt Romney) in the White House. That's why they have given so many millions to Willard's super-PACs.
Meanwhile, the country is struggling to overcome the loss of the good-paying jobs. While their has been some job creation in the private sector, as the chart above shows, most of the new jobs are low-wage jobs -- meaning even if people are able to replace their lost job with a new one, they will probably have to work for much less in income (and benefits). The good jobs are still going to other countries, where workers can more easily be abused.
Willard Mitt Romney has claimed to be a job creator. The truth is that he and his company, Bain Capital, have been responsible for destroying or shipping overseas more jobs than they ever created -- and the few jobs their companies have created are mostly low-wage, low-benefit jobs. A perfect example of this is the jobs created at Staples (one of the companies Bain took over). Here is a picture of employment from that company (from Under The Mountain Bunker):
Are these the kind of jobs you want to see in America. If Willard is elected, that's all America will get. The good jobs will continue to leave the country, and the corporations will continue to get tax breaks for exporting those jobs.