If you glance at the economic news, things seem to be slowly but steadily improving. The Dow is climbing upward again, and inflation remains relatively low. Even the job numbers are ticking up: 151,000 new private sector jobs were created in October. These are good signs for our nation. If you dig a little deeper, however, things are more worrisome — and could get much worse. The death of the entry-level job, a politician-made disaster of epic proportions, is a wholly ...
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