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The conventional full-time job is disappearing. Survey research conducted by economists Lawrence Katz of Harvard University and Alan Krueger at Princeton University shows that from 2005 to 2015, the proportion of Americans workers engaged in what they refer to as "alternative work" jumped from 10.7% to 15.8%.
Almost all the US jobs created since 2005 are temporary 
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Almost all the US jobs created since 2005 are temporary 
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The conventional full-time job is disappearing. Survey research conducted by economists Lawrence Katz of Harvard University and Alan Krueger at Princeton University shows that from 2005 to 2015, the proportion of Americans workers engaged in what they refer to as "alternative work" jumped from 10.7% to 15.8%.
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