Perspective: Millions of experienced workers tossed aside by strong economy

By Andrew Van Dam for the Washington Post

Jul 23, 2018

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The job market looks awesome. Unemployment is near its lowest levels since the 1960s, we’re in the midst of the largest, longest streak of payroll growth in recorded history and there are signs employers are finally raising wages.

But those numbers obscure the experiences of millions of part-timers, temps, older workers and others who have done everything right, but are still struggling to find good jobs.

Get the data and read the full perspective at washingtonpost.com.

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