U.S. Economy

The Job Market and Its Discontents

The employment situation offers ample reason for dissatisfaction as voters prepare to elect the next president.

Not back to normal yet.

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The job market stands out as a bright spot in an otherwise lackluster U.S. economy. Yet it still offers Americans -- particularly white, middle-aged men -- ample reason for dissatisfaction as they prepare to elect their next president.

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