The United States suffers from a proliferation of bad jobs. Squeezing every nickel out of labor costs might seem efficient, but no one is counting the price in terms of lost competitive advantages. Bad jobs – those that offer very low pay, few benefits, unpredictable hours, no opportunity for advancement and even dangerous working conditions – are plentiful in this country. This despite massive amounts of research by
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