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Ted Rall: Recovery Equals New Jobs, But Worse Jobs

Ted Rall
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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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Ted Rall

Ted Rall

Based in New York, Ted Rall is aNewDomain's chief commentator and a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist. A Pulitzer nominee, Rall's latest book is the NYT bestselling book, Trump: A Graphic Biography.
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  • alrui

    It would be funnier if it didnt hit home so hard:-)