About 4 years ago

02/21/2019 - Too Far From Jobs: Spatial Mismatch And Hourly Workers

– Urban Institute
In many cities, low-income residents live far from available jobs, and employers can’t find people to fill open positions. Economists call this “spatial mismatch” – a mismatch between where jobs are located and where job seekers live, which can cause high unemployment rates and lead to longer spells of joblessness.
 The Washington Post
Paid leave has gone mainstream.
– The Atlantic
A significant minority seldom or never meet people from another race, and they prize sameness, not difference.
– The Wall Street Journal
The tax law was the GOP’s biggest achievement, but it remained unpopular as Republicans tried to use it to win elections.