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Polarization of Job Opportunities in the U.S. Labor Market, David Autor

Polarization of Job Opportunities in the U.S. Labor Market, David Autor

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The Polarization of Job Opportunitiesin the U.S. Labor Market
Implications for Employment and Earnings
David Autor, MIT Department of Economics and National Bureau of Economic ResearchApril 2010
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The Polarization of Job Opportunitiesin the U.S. Labor Market
Implications for Employment and Earnings
David Autor, MIT Department of Economics and National Bureau of Economic ResearchApril 2010
A paper jointly released by The Center for American Progress and The Hamilton Project 
TE CENTER OR AMERICAN PRORESS
 
is a nonpartisan research and educational institute dedicated to promoting astrong, just and free America that ensures opportunity for all. We believe that Americans are bound together by acommon commitment to these values and we aspire to ensure that our national policies reect these values. Wework to nd progressive and pragmatic solutions to signicant domestic and international problems and developpolicy proposals that foster a government that is “of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
TE AMILTON PROJECT 
seeks to advance America’s promise of opportunity, prosperity, and growth. The Projectoers a strategic vision and produces innovative policy proposals about how to create a growing economy thatbenets more Americans. The amilton Project’s economic strategy reects a judgment that long term prosperityis best achieved by fostering economic growth and broad participation in that growth, by enhancing individualeconomic security, and by embracing a role for eective government in making needed public investments.
The Hamilton Project is an economic policy initiative at The Brookings Institution.

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