Enjoy your last day off before the new school year starts tomorrow. No worries, we have you covered with these Labor Day My themed morning reads:
• Where the Five-Day Workweek Came From (The Atlantic)
• People Are Quitting Their Jobs. That’s Good News. (Fiscal Times)
• Boomer Wealth Dented by Mortgages Poses U.S. Risk (Bloomberg)
• Why you need a healthy amount of uncertainty in an economy (Quartz)
• A Look at Income Inequality, Hour by Hour (Real Time Economics)
• The Changing Face of Temporary Employment (NYT) see also More Workers Are Claiming ‘Wage Theft’ (NYT)
• A Rise in Wealth for the Wealthy; Declines for the Lower 93% (Pew)
• 8 Qualities That Makes Great Bosses Unforgettable (LinkedIn)
• At Work, Every Friday Should Be a Summer Friday (Science of Us)
• Gorgeous Aerial Shots of Beaches, Taken While Hanging From a Helicopter (Wired)
What’s up for unofficial last day of summer?
A Look at Income Inequality, Hour by Hour
Source: Real Time Economics
Category: Financial Press
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