Freeman

IN BRIEF

New Jobs Don’t Pay Well

AUGUST 31, 2012

“While a majority of jobs lost during the downturn were in the middle range of wages, a majority of those added during the recovery have been low paying, according to a new report from the National Employment Law Project.” (New York Times)

Botched “recovery.”

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