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Work in America: Why is Full Employment So Unfulfilling?
Economists in the U.S. describe full employment as an unemployment rate that is between 4 and 6.4%. In October the unemployment rate was 4.1%. It had hovered around 5% throughout 2016. Depending on which economist’s definition of full employment you … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged automation, employment, gig economy, jobs, labor, minimum wage, retail, robots, technology, underemployed, unemployment, Wall Street, work 8 Comments
How Greed Stunts the Growth of Our Economy
We are all pretty familiar with the causes of the 2008 recession. In a word, it was greed, as evidenced by America’s bankers and brokers. What we saw from Wall Street was a willingness to do what they knew was … Continue reading
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