Jesse Jackson has proposed amending the US Constitution to guarantee every citizen the right to a decent home (think of what that'll do for the building industry!), right to medical care (more jobs for doctors!), and the right to a decent education (just think of the iPod and laptop sales!).
We're not exactly constitutional philosophy professors over here, but we're pretty sure we shouldn't go about deciding on what our fundamental rights are based on how those rights might help job growth. Otherwise, why not just cut to the chase and provide a constitutional right to a job and a paycheck?