Junky Jobs

While the total number of working Americans now finally exceeds the number that were working before the recession began, the quality of the new jobs is not great. While food service, social assistance and home healthcare have seen the largest increases in employment, 3.1 million jobs collectively, high paying sectors like manufacturing, construction and government are collectively employing 3.6 million fewer persons than before the start of the Great Recession.

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