May 16 2015

The low wage employment tsunami: Low wage jobs now make up 25 percent of all employment in the United States.

The employment report continues to provide deceptive bread and circus fodder for the mainstream press.  Never is any thorough analysis given to the 93+ million Americans that are now part of the “not in the labor force” category.  In large part, we have a low unemployment rate because this massive army of Americans is simply […]

May 10 2015

34 percent of Americans financially carry the country: Those not in the labor force hits another record at 93,194,000.

The unemployment rate is calculated by those in what is deemed the labor force.  With the unemployment rate dropping you would think that somehow, we’d be back in a glorious economy where everyone was financially moving up.  That is definitely not the case.  Every single day we have 11,000 Americans hitting 65 years of age […]

Apr 5 2015

Record 93.2 million Americans now not in the labor force: The not in the labor force rebound added 277,000 Americans in March alone.

In the last year alone we have added 2.1 million Americans to the “not in the labor force” category.  This mysterious category continues to grow and is having a field day with the employment data.  It is hard to ignore this number because it represents a large portion of our population that is simply not […]

Feb 6 2015

The evolution of low wage America: The most common jobs by state in 1978 to 2014. The destruction of the manufacturing industry.

The US continues to see a widening gap between the army of low wage workers, the highly paid small upper-class, and a dwindling middle class.  We’ve already shown through IRS tax data that households make a lot less than people think.  The US has been on a very steady trend towards having a massive pool […]

Jan 17 2015

The minimum wage economic recovery – 44 percent of jobs added since recession ended come from low-wage industries paying $10 an hour or less.

This has been a disjointed economic recovery.  Most Americans are hearing about this Wall Street party yet look at their paychecks and wonder when the party is going arrive in their neighborhood.  Looking back at the 2001 recession, the recovery during that time came largely by adding higher paying employment.  That is not the case […]

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