Labor Statistics and its Little Secret

Someone misrepresented facts. Again. ‘Unemployment’ vs. ‘Underemployment’ This time it was Senator Sanders during the first Democratic Debate: African American youth unemployment is 51 percent. Hispanic youth unemployment is 36 percent. // Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) The mistake: Right numbers. Wrong attribution. The data is from a recent report prepared by the Economic Policy Institute … Continue reading Labor Statistics and its Little Secret

Diversified Workers: A Topic for the Presidential Campaign and Beyond

Almost anything you need can be only one click away: Transportation, food delivery, valet service, grocery shopping, you name it. On-demand services are built around a new kind of workers. This very short article explores facts and projections about the future of gig-economy labor. Labor Market Shift The U.S. labor market is seeing a clear … Continue reading Diversified Workers: A Topic for the Presidential Campaign and Beyond