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Former steel CEO Dan DiMicco believes that creating 30 million jobs over the next 10 years will close the budget deficit and reduce unfunded entitlement liabilities. Dan DiMicco: Why American Made is the Answer By: Steve Minter Healthcare. Greenhouse gases. The deficit and taxes. There has been no shortage of domestic issues taking the spotlight in recent years. But Dan DiMicco, former CEO and chairman emeritus of steelmaker Nucor (IW 500/64), says those issues, while important, distracted U.S. leaders from focusing on the most important issue facing Americaan economic crisis caused by a lack of jobs. In his new book, American Made: Why Making Things Will ReturnUs to Greatness (Macmillan, 2015), DiMicco argues there is one number the country should keep in its sights. The number we need to focus on first and foremost is 30 million. Thats the number of jobs I believe the country needs to create by 2025 in order to close the federal governments budget deficit and begin reducing the