In Recovery Some Jobs Just Won’t Return
As the recession eases, hiring is expected to rise, but certain jobs may have vanished forever, The Wall Street Journal reports. Many jobs created by the housing and credit market boom have likely been erased by the bust. One in three jobs have been lost in the manufacturing sector since 1997, the last year the sector posted job gains. For highly educated workers, finance may not offer as many high-paying jobs.
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