63% Of All U.S. Jobs Created Since 1990 Have Been Low-Wage Jobs

Since 1990, the U.S. economy has produced millions of jobs, but nearly two-thirds of them have been low wage jobs. Of course this is one of the biggest factors causing the systematic erosion of the American middle class. Today, half of all U.S. workers make less than $33,000 a year, but meanwhile the cost of living has been steadily increasing.

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