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Make Bad Jobs Better: Forging a “Better Jobs Strategy”

June 20, 2016

Pinkerton Foundation

Argues that improving poor-quality jobs can help stabilize the U.S. economy. The author, the founding president of PHI, writes that bad jobs are not merely characterized by poor pay; therefore, a comprehensive job-improvement strategy must be employed. The author cites PHI as a leader in job improvement for its work promoting better job quality for direct-care workers.

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Contributing Authors
Dawson, Steven L.
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