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Employees feel devalued despite booming job market (The Associated Press)

August 12, 2019

US employees are feeling devalued even during the booming job market, The Associated Press reports. Traditional jobs are more rare, wages are lagging, benefits are eroding and employees are being asked to do more without more pay, according to the report.


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Virgil Bierschwale08/13/2019 07:27 am

Booming job market?

It is my understanding that Texas has one of the strongest job markets in the nation.

These are the top 5 jobs created from 2000 to 2018:

Food Preparation and Serving for a gain of 461,140 jobs and a weekly pay increase of $138.40
Sales for a gain of 339,990 and a weekly pay increase of $184.00
Office and Administrative for a gain of 332,890 and a weekly pay increase of $218.40
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical for a gain of 280,950 and a weekly pay increase of $500.00
Business and Financial Operations for a gain of 273,560 and a weekly pay increase of $519.20


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