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Paul Osterman

Paul Osterman is Nanyang Technological University Professor of Human Resources and Management at the MIT Sloan School and author of Good Jobs America: Making Work Better for Everyone.

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Workers deserve substantive policy reforms that point the way to a better future, especially in this year of unprecedented crisis.

Erin L. Kelly Emilio J. Castilla Barbara Dyer Nathan Wilmers Thomas A. Kochan Paul Osterman
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Today’s high unemployment isn’t a result of a lack of skilled labor but rather a slow recovery.

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Far too many American adults work in low-wage jobs. Better jobs seem the obvious solution.

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Outcomes are unfair. So are the processes that generate them.

Paul Osterman