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11/15/2004

The job-quality debate

Are newly created jobs the equivalent of those that were lost?
BY LOU DOBBS (CNN)

The domestic debate this election season has centered on job creation, with both candidates using Labor Department statistics to support their own arguments. But now that the economy has been added nearly 2 million jobs since last summer, economists are looking critically at the quality of these new jobs, to determine whether they are paying less than the ones we've lost.
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Great Story and I highly recommend that any progressive out there watch his television news program weeknights at 6 p.m. (EST) on CNN. Dobbs is a great journalist and the only one out there asking the real questions about our economy.

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