In the conclusion of this 20th century, together with the economy booming and unemployment at historic highs, the American market was a job-producing marvel. The first decade of the 21st century has been completely different as the worst market in 70 decades, the excellent Recession, conquered the lives of thousands of employees and their households, forestalled professions, scrapped hopes to get a college education, delayed retirements, and foreclosed family homes. American employees experienced the very best and worst of times and have suffered a complete “lost decade” of high unemployment, stagnant or declining incomes, and also anxiety. Working Scared attracts almost 25,000 interviews with working and unemployed Americans ran from, 1998 to 2012.
This publication reflects one of the most extensive social science study portraits of their perspectives of American employees’ about their tasks, the office, and government’s role in the labor marketplace. Working Scared can help taxpayers, policymakers, teachers, business, marriage, and community leaders understand what’s happening to the United States workforce. Additionally, it clarifies the fundamental federal priorities and policies which will assist frustrated, angry and fearful American employees and the reforms which will help restore the American dream of protected employment and inter-generational progress.