OUR VIEW: 5.6% is great but job seekers still need help

September 17, 2015

But prosperity isn’t returning to every household. On Wednesday, William Rodgers, a Rutgers University economist who studies the changing American workforce, told the audience for WNPR’s Marketplace that the economy is producing too many jobs that pay the bare minimum and don’t offer a way up the economic ladder.

The Bristol Press, September 16

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