Mother Jones » For Americans as a whole, the length of a typical  workweek hasn’t changed much in years. But for many middle-class  workers, job obligations are creeping into free time and family time.  For low-income workers, hours have declined due to a shrinking job  market, causing underemployment. [you aint neva damn lied…] -bLaK. 

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Mother Jones » For Americans as a whole, the length of a typical workweek hasn’t changed much in years. But for many middle-class workers, job obligations are creeping into free time and family time. For low-income workers, hours have declined due to a shrinking job market, causing underemployment. [you aint neva damn lied…] -bLaK. 

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