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Unformatted text preview: erage” I mean workers assigned to nonsupervisory tasks. See “Real Average Weekly
and Hourly Earnings of Production and Non-Supervisory Workers, 1967–98 (1998 Dollars),” Economic Policy Institute, 1999; “Average
Hourly and Weekly Earnings by Private Industry Group, 1980–1998,” Statistical Abstract of the United States (Washington, D.C.: U.S.
Census Bureau, 1999), p. 443.
about one-third of American mothers… today almost two-thirds: See “Labor Force Participation Rates for Wives, Husbands Present, by
Age of Own Youngest Child, 1975–1998,” Statistical Abstract, p . 417.
Cameron Lynne Macdonald and Carmen Sirianni: See Working in the Service Society (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996),
edited by Cameron Lynne Macdonald and Carmen Sirianni, p. 2.
A generation ago, three-quarters of the money… Today about half of the money: The comparison is between money spent on food for
consumption at home and money spent on foodservice. See Charlene Price, “Fast Food Chains...
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