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Resource ID: #9199
Subject: Economics
Source: Fortune Magazine



Fortune (New York) shows the claim by Bush administration officials that the U.S. economy was creating a large number of good, well-paying middle class jobs is false; reveals that most jobs created during the 1980s were low-paying, and that wages in most industries had actually declined; shows how the proliferation of bad jobs posed a serious threat to the long-term health of the economy, and how education policies and misguided corporate strategies made the problem even more serious, Aug. 24, 1992.

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