Labor beat

by Rob Horning

8 August 2011

 

I have a old-school-style post at the Jacobin’s blog today based on the newspaper actually arriving at my door this morning. I look at the WSJ’s labor coverage with a jaundiced eye and note with displeasure the increasing use of Facebook by employers looking for job candidates. And I make some tentative remarks about the so-called wage premium of college education. Please read, if you are interested!

 

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