April 21st, 2014
Imagine going to a job interview with a sign posted on your back that reads I’M VERY EXPENSIVE AND REALLY DON’T KNOW MUCH. That’s the plight of many workers, especially young jobseekers. Americans are competing, not just against foreign labor, but against machines, tablets, and gizmos.
Last week pundits cheered so loudly a book tour by French economist Thomas Piketty that you might have thought the Beatles had touched down on Ed Sullivan’s stage. Piketty’s provocative Capital in the Twenty-first … Continue Reading →