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The majority of jobs being created in the recovery are lower-paying ones, while higher-paying...

The majority of jobs being created in the recovery are lower-paying ones, while higher-paying positions have been slow to return, according to a new report from the National Employment Law Project, suggesting a "good jobs deficit" that has hollowed out many of middle-wage job opportunities, the study's co-director says.
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  • Richard Mackenzie
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    Companies were reluctant to lay off American workers simply to move jobs overseas (PR nightmare). But, but, but. Since the recession provided a "reason" to lay off American workers, who says they have to re-hire here? The threshold for moving that job is a lot lower once the American has already been laid off. Right?
    26 Jul 2011, 04:10 PM Reply Like
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