A brilliant essay in the New York Times Magazine by Binyamin Appelbaum on Sunday asks a simple question. When will elected officials and candidates stop talking about the manufacturing jobs people did yesterday and start talking about the service jobs people do today?
High-level Senate staffers are overwhelmingly white. Low-level service workers are overwhelmingly black and Latino.
Several states have recognized the problems stemming from service fees and tried to address them in their own ways, with
Three days after residents in SeaTac, Wash., voted on a ballot measure that would create the highest minimum wage in the nation by far, the results remain too close to call.
Three days after residents in SeaTac, Wash., voted on a ballot measure that would create the highest minimum wage in the
For the record, we're not all like this pastor.So thank you for serving our food, parking our cars, steaming our milk, cleaning our rooms and doing all the stuff that many "pastors" probably couldn't or wouldn't do themselves.
Branches of service workers unions have endorsed for the "Day of Action" and encourage members to take a Vacation Day to