Sunday, June 5, 2016

Low wage jobs vs. high wage jobs.

Separate data from the National Employment Law Project show low-wage job gains outpacing higher-wage jobs growth. There are now 1.2 million fewer jobs in mid- and higher-wage industries than there were prior to the Great Recession, according to the data. In contrast, there are 2.3 million more jobs in lower-wage sectors than before the recession.

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