SOURCE: New York Times
“Pandemics as a social shock do give workers more leverage to demand things,” said Patrick Wyman, a historian and host of the Tides of History podcast.
SOURCE: The New York Times
Ruthless labor exploitation? Generational betrayal? Understanding the job crisis in academia requires a look at recent history.
by Louis Hyman
The insecure nature of work is a result of decisions by corporations and policymakers.
by Kevin Baker
America has a long, complicated track record of dreading that robots would take our jobs.
SOURCE: The Brookings Institution
Take a look at this single, stark chart depicting the 35-year history of U.S. employment in manufacturing industries.
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