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o Technology based “skill bias” o Jobs that are still around are skewed toward having skills; people that have a lot of education are doing pretty well in the job market; the economy is rewarding people for higher skills ; Some jobs that cannot be out-sourced: store workers and doctors and maintenance The polarization of American labor market is causing great changes to American family life College educated wait to have children Couples pull two incomes; people without college degrees do not have the secure financial incomes it takes to secure their lives and when they do get married, they are more likely to get divorced Education: causes divergence Dependency perspective I am a Sociology major and Anthropology minor from San Diego, CA. I have been heavily involved with academic, social and physical activities throughout my time at Hopkins. I was on the Publicity committee on MSE Symposium during my Sophomore year. I have held the positions of Alumni and Parent Relations Chair and Chair of Communications and Public Relations for Phi Mu. I have been on the JHU Model United Nations Conference staff since freshman year. I was the Director of Staff Events during my sophomore year and I've been the Director of Fundraising for JHUMUNC for the past two years.
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