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10/19/2005

Economic Report: Just one fourth of U.S. workers have good jobs

Source: Workers Independent News

How Good Is The Economy at Creating Good Jobs? Not very, judging by results of a study by that name done by the Center for Economic and Policy Research. The study says just 25.2 percent of U.S. workers have jobs that pay at least $16 an hour and provide health insurance and a pension. Despite economic growth from 1974 through 2004 the percentage of good jobs has stayed the same, leaving 75 percent of American workers struggling in jobs that don't provide a middle class wage with a pension and health care.

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