It appears that that after more than a year of economic turmoil and job losses, some workers are finding that employers are competing to recruit them with better compensation and job quality, and prospective employees have a slightly more capacity to hold out for better jobs. The labor market’s improved offerings might seem to conservatives like an undeserved reward for the jobless, but they actually reflect a small advantage for labor.
Fighting the climate crisis is a political, social, cultural, economic and environmental issues
Connecting struggles for social and political emancipation worldwide
Transatlantic Left Voices
Building a dialogue between progressives in North America and Europe
History from Below
Analyzing history through a Leftist lens
Enabling access for the underrepresented
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