Thursday, November 29, 2012

Where The New Jobs Are

A new study has found that 2/3rds of new jobs created in the U.S., or being created, only require a high school education or less.  "So," says Paul Jay, editor at Real News, "the idea that people are going to educate themselves out of unemployment and poverty doesn't seem to have a heck of a perspective. Jeanette Wicks Lin with the University of Massachusetts at Amherst discusses the researchers' findings.

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