Job polarization — the growth in higher-skill, high-paying jobs and also lower-skill, generally lower-paying jobs at the expense of middle-skill jobs — has been widely observed since the late 1980s. The phenomenon has been explained both as an economic trend and as a moral failing in society. It appears to be both.
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