Study: Keystone XL Job Numbers Inflated, Misleading
As the Obama Administration is expected to make a decision soon on a proposed pipeline from Canada to Texas, TransCanada responds to a new report that disputes the number of jobs that will be created by the project.
According to a new report from Cornell University's ILR Global Labor Institute, researchers contend the number of jobs that would be created by the Keystone XL project is inflated and misleading; while TransCanada claims GLI's research is a "classic case of starting with a preordained conclusion and saying whatever is necessary to support it."
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