Jobs Will Follow a Strengthening of the Middle Class

The middle class nonetheless continued to spend, at first enabled by the flow of women into the work force. (In the 1960s only 12 percent of married women with young children were working for pay; by the late 1990s, 55 percent were.) When that way of life stopped generating enough income, Americans went deeper into debt.

And as Barry Ritholtz the economic journalist describes it in his blog… “Monster chart porn, via Robert Reich in the Sunday NYT

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