U.S. Labor Gets Flexible...
Two recent surveys underscore an ongoing debate about one of the most controversial U.S. labor market trends--the degree to which traditional work schemes offering regular long-term jobs are being replaced by more flexible, "contingent" arrangements under which workers are hired on a temporary or sporadic basis.
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