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And we’ve believed that, even if it sucks, a job gives meaning, purpose and structure to our everyday lives – at any rate, we’re pretty sure that it gets us out of bed, pays the bills, makes us feel responsible, and keeps us away from daytime TV. In fact, they’ve become ridiculous, because there’s not enough work to go around, and what there is of it won’t pay the bills – unless of course you’ve landed a job as a drug dealer or a Wall Street banker, becoming a gangster either way.These days, everybody from Left to Right – from the economist Dean Baker to the social scientist Arthur C Brooks, from Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump – addresses this breakdown of the labour market by advocating ‘full employment’, as if having a job is self-evidently a good thing, no matter how dangerous, demanding or demeaning it is.Shitty jobs for everyone won’t solve any social problems we now face. Already a fourth of the adults adults in this country are eligible for food stamps (most of those who are eligible don’t apply).The market in labour has broken down, along with most others.But ‘full employment’ is not the way to restore our faith in hard work, or in playing by the rules, or in whatever else sounds good.The official unemployment rate in the United States is already below 6 per cent, which is pretty close to what economists used to call ‘full employment’, but income inequality hasn’t changed a bit. The 10-track LP arrives on the anniversary of his third project, “2014 Forest Hills Drive”. The 12 track project features guest appearances from 6LACK, Earth Gang and Mereba. Cole’s fourth studio album is here, “4 Your Eyez Only”.
In a few days, I’m going to Cuba on vacation with a guy I’ve been sleeping with for eight years, but whom I've never once called my boyfriend.
If you spot, like, more than three of these behaviors, it's time to reevaluate your life and your choices (not to mention your relationship).
Dreamville is proud to announce the debut project from the label’s latest signee, J. The highly anticipated project was released via Dreamville Records and Roc Nation.
After years of aggressively trying to cull the herd of people who still remember the meaning of the word "unlimited," they’re rebranding it as something special and new. Even the landline ISPs are using the same spin now, because their siblings in the mobile business have perfected the art of squeezing customers for access to data.
Comcast, likely terrified of losing margins in the TV business, is experimenting with ways to arbitrarily tax its broadband customers by offering them "unlimited" data plans.