Reason: Managers and professionals now make up 48 percent of those who fall in the Bureau of Labor Statistics' class of "chronically unemployed," those who were jobless for 27 weeks or more. That percentage is the highest ever recorded.
The result: More white-collar types are taking jobs at lower salaries.
- No home specimen collection for Newark P.D. drug tests
- 5 interview questions that reveal their true nature
- Bill would ban hiring bias against long-term unemployed
- 4th Circuit: You don't have to hire applicant who sued former employer for FLSA violations
- "Confederate Southern-American" isn't a protected class.