Apr 4 2014

The temporary employment recovery: Quantitative Easing and favorable banking policies creating a rising tide of temporary workers similar to Japan. Part-time workers up nearly 100 percent in US since 2007.

This recovery unlike other recoveries has been very weak in creating a large number of good paying jobs.  Corporate profits are up under a market where wages, benefits, and quality of jobs have decreased while low-wage jobs continue to be added in the tens of thousands each month.  Why the reluctance for firms to boost […]

Mar 18 2013

The long slog ahead for jobs: We are 9.45 million jobs short of where we should be and are unlikely to reach normal levels of employment before 2019.

Employment is the most important indicator of a healthy economy.  The recession has left a deep scar and has set us back into a lost decade.  Primarily for this reason many Americans are having a hard time jumping on this recovery that officially will reach a four year anniversary this summer.  The long term projections […]

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