Ted Rall: Recovery Equals New Jobs, But Worse Jobs

Written by Ted Rall

When people lose good jobs, their misery is downplayed, says Ted Rall. But when they get new, worse jobs, it’s categorized as big progress – even though they are worse off than before. Commentary.

aNewDomain —¬†When people lose good jobs, their misery is downplayed. When they get new, worse jobs, it’s categorized as big progress – even though they are worse off than before. Such is the nature of the current “recovery,” which has replaced lost jobs with worse ones.

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Cartoon: Ted Rall

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