The New Work Economy is Failing Everyone

Lost amidst the euphoria of the surge in employment is the fundamental truth about the nature of these jobs. The apolitical banter around labor growth has concocted a notion that there was a swell in 9–5 gigs over the past decade.

But when looking closer at the data, former Obama economic advisors, Alan Krueger and Lawrence Katz, learned that ninety-four percent of the jobs created since 2005