The Musical-Chairs Economy

Unemployment is low, yet there's unease about jobs. When the music stops, who will have a seat?

Here's the question for today: If the unemployment rate is only 4.4%, why do we all feel so dang nervous about our jobs? Americans are suffering from a massive case of cognitive dissonance. The stream of data coming out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics paint a rosy picture of the labor market today.

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