Hey Jerome Powell, are you listening?

In Jim Cramer's Real Money column Friday morning, Cramer discussed the Federal Reserve and the issue of unemployment due to technology from companies such as Salesforce (CRM) .

Cramer wrote, "If I were on the Fed, and I wish I were, I would organize a field trip to see the companies I talk to -- and learn how many jobs are really in jeopardy from a digitized world and how digitization is keeping inflation in check much better than the blunt instrument of the Fed funds rate."

Cramer went more in-depth with TheStreet about why he feels the need to get involved with the Fed. He explained that he would, at the very least, like to give a presentation to the Fed to explain his thoughts and why he believes that they need to look very closely at the market and public companies in general before they decide to hike rates another time.

"I'd take 40 minutes of their time," Cramer said. 

Cramer suggested earlier this week that the Fed needs a younger voice.

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