Black People : USA: Bad Jobs Country

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  1. RAPTOR

    RAPTOR Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    by executive editor Glen Ford
    Researchers confirm what desperate workers have sensed: most of the good jobs lost in the Great
    Recession have been replaced with bad jobs. That’ fine with Wall Street, since “capital’s global plan is
    to reduce all workers to a state of absolute insecurity, so that they will accept those bad jobs without
    complaint.”

    You will hear no countervailing vision from the Democrats, whose message differs from
    Republicans only in tone, not in substance.”


    A new study shows that the U.S. economy has finally produced more jobs than there were before the
    Great Recession of 2008. The problem is, they’re mostly bad jobs in fast-food restaurants and
    low-wage retail. The National Employment Law Project found that there are almost two million fewer
    good paying jobs than there were back in 2008, but also close to two million more jobs in the
    low-wage sector of the economy – meaning, most of the new jobs have been bad jobs.

    Read more: http://www.blackagendareport.com/content/usa-bad-jobs-country
    USA: Bad Jobs Country | Black Agenda Report
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    Deacs Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The previous wage setup was a concept which companies didn't want to sustain.

    Its one of the reasons why corporations fight unionization of their workers... or if they are, they find a way to corrupt the officials or get them removed.

    But what is worse is the game which they manipulate the average ignorant citizen to believe that its not in their best interest

    An example is when workers wanted a pay raise in McDonalds and people cared more about how much a big mac will cost
     
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