Job Trends in the U.S.: An Annotated Bibliography
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This annotated biliography of fifteen academic papers or general business magazine articles focuses on the data they use relating to the shift in employment away from the manufacturing sector. The paper notes that the service sector continues to grow at its expense. The fifteen annotated articles shed light not only on the numbers but also on some of the underlying structural causes of this dramatic shift.
From the Paper:"Examining data about the most recent U.S. recession, the authors found that employment in the manufacturing sector was very hard hit between 2000 and 2003. Some 900,000 job a year for a total of 2.8 million in aggregate were lost, comprising some three quarters of all private sector jobs lost in the U.S. during the period."
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