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Working Scared (Or Not at All) : the Lost Decade, Great Recession, and Restoring the Shattered American Dream.

Working Scared tells the story of the American workforce during a period of wrenching economic change and two recessions. By tracing the experiences of workers in times of economic prosperity and economic recession, labor and public policy expert Carl E. Van Horn captures the shifting perceptions of America's workers as they are buffeted by the changing realities of the labor market and the impact of rapid economic change.

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  • "Working Scared tells the story of the American workforce during a period of wrenching structural changes and two recessions. Based on analysis of national surveys of more than 25,000 employed and unemployed Americans, this book describes and analyzes the conflicts and interactions found in the friction between the changing nature of work and the experiences, beliefs, aspirations, and concerns of working men and women in a largely post-industrial economy. By tracing the experiences of workers in times of economic prosperity and economic recession, labor and public policy expert Carl E. Van Horn captures the shifting perceptions of America's workers as they are buffeted by the changing realities of the labor market and the impact of rapid economic change. He explores the implications, themes, and insights, and identifies nationally significant differences of opinion among various age, gender, political, and racial groups. Also included are two chapters of proposed policy reforms that would help the United States achieve full economic recovery from the Great Recession and reform workforce and education policies for the long term."
  • ""Drawing on nearly twenty-five thousand interviews with employed and unemployed Americans conducted from 1998 to 2012. These voices of American workers tell a compelling story about wrenching structural changes and recessions during one of the most volatile periods in U.S. economic history. This book represents one of the most comprehensive social science research portraits of the views of American workers about their jobs, the workplace, and government's role in the labor market. Working Sacred will help citizens, policy makers, educators, businesses, unions, and community leaders betters understand what is happening to the U.S. workforce. It also describes the essential national priorities and policies that will assist frustrated, angry, and scared American workers and the reforms that will help restore the American dream of secure employment and intergenerational progress."--Book jacket."
  • "Working Scared tells the story of the American workforce during a period of wrenching economic change and two recessions. By tracing the experiences of workers in times of economic prosperity and economic recession, labor and public policy expert Carl E. Van Horn captures the shifting perceptions of America's workers as they are buffeted by the changing realities of the labor market and the impact of rapid economic change."@en

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  • "Working scared (or not at all) : the lost decade, great recession, and restoring the shattered American dream /"
  • "Working Scared (Or Not at All) : the Lost Decade, Great Recession, and Restoring the Shattered American Dream."@en
  • "Working scared (or not at all) the lost decade, great recession, and restoring the shattered American dream /"
  • "Working Scared (Or Not at All) the Lost Decade, Great Recession, and Restoring the Shattered American Dream."@en