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Politics & Culture
Wed May 28, 2014
Stateside for Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Many in state government tout the fact that more jobs have been created in the past 10 years, but these are not necessarily high wage jobs with benefits; sometimes not even enough of a paycheck to raise a family of four above the poverty line.
On today’s Stateside, what does it mean if the economy is creating a majority of low-wage, unskilled jobs?
Later in the show, we listened to the winners from Michigan Radio's Great Michigan Read "One Minute" story-writing contest. The theme for the contest was "Hidden branches of your family tree: Unexpected stories that changed the way you think of yourself or your family."
But first we get an update on the happenings at the Mackinac Policy Conference.