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Americans At Work: Not A Pretty Picture

Originally posted at Reports from the Economic Front. What is work like for Americans?  The results of the Rand Corporation’s American Working Conditions Survey (AWCS) paint a troubling picture. As the authors write in their summary: The AWCS findings indicate that the American workplace is very physically and emotionally taxing, both for workers themselves and their families.
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