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Elon Musk who is known for his visionary goals in science and technology may just offer insight on how to bring back jobs.

Elon Musk has a plan to bring humans to Mars and colonize the red planet. He also has a vision to see a change in the transportation industry by building a Hyperloop system which is faster than any ordinary train. But according to reports, he may just be the answer to Donald Trump's problem of unemployment.

President-elect Donald Trump is currently busy building his administration by enlisting authorities for each field. And New York Times has it that Trump has repeatedly told the American public that he is going to bring back jobs.

Which is why Trump called on Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase, Mary Barra of General Motors and Robert Iger of Disney. These three names are known business authorities when it comes to finance, entrepreneurship and manufacturing. But the publication cites that Trump has missed one name. He did not include the SpaceX, Tesla and Hyperloop leader Elon Musk on his list.

According to critics and analysts, Elon Musk is considerably one of the leaders in the country that generated a vision of re-emerging manufacturing conditions in the United States. On record, he has created 35,000 jobs from his various businesses and ventures. His Tesla factory alone is expected to hire 6,500 people by 2020.

Tesla is just one company that can save thousands of jobs. Elon Musk and his technological innovations and visions can include more jobs in the future. The building of Hyperloop tubes for example require both manufacturing and construction. His SpaceX venture still needs more critical thinkers and scientific minds.

But so far, when Elon Musk was asked if he would want to engage with Donald Trump in that conversation, the Tech CEO said he would be happy to talk to Trump especially since the president-elect recently acknowledged that human-driven global warming is real.

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