Where Did the Jobs Go--and How Do We Get Them Back? by Scott Bittle
Your Guided Tour to America's Employment Crisis

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Your guided tour to America’s employment crisis, the title says it all. Where Did the Jobs Go—and How Do We Get Them Back? is a clear, nonpartisan, surprisingly entertaining look at our nation’s current joblessness mess and how we can get ourselves working again. Written by Scott Bittle and Jean Johnson, authors of the breakout bestseller Where Did the Money Go?, this essential primer addresses the most serious problem facing Americans today with intelligence, refreshing candor, and sparkling wit, enabling voters to separate the facts from the politicians’ hot air and political spin.

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Scott Bittle is executive editor of Public Agenda Online, where he has prepared citizen guides on more than 20 major issues including the deficit, Social Security, and the economy. For eight years, he was a reporter, copy editor, bureau chief, and political coordinator for The Press of Atlantic City. He has also won two Golden Quill Awards for feature articles and was honored by the Philadelphia Press Association for daily newspaper writing. Along with cowriter Jean Johnson, he also blogs for the Huffington Post and National Geographic.
Published January 31, 2012 by William Morrow Paperbacks. 368 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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“. . . Where Did the Jobs Go is nothing like a prescription for fixing America’s jobs problem, regardless of the subtitle’s promise (And How Do We Get Them Back?). Instead, it’s mostly a compendium of hard data and expert pronouncements that are fairly balanced on both sides of the debate. . . . ...

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