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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? It's a call for a reality check. Around 80 percent of jobs in this country are in the service sector, according to Appelbaum.
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