Louis Uchitelle is a journalist and author. He has worked for the New York Times since 1980, where he writes about business and economics. He was the lead reporter for the series The Downsizing of America, which won a George Polk Award in 1996.
|Can the private sector create enough good jobs that pay well for everyone that wants one?||Work, Workers & The Labor Force|
|Every person who is laid off in our society is in effect told that he is a person of little worth.||Work, Workers & The Labor Force|
|I hate to write Solutions in my books because I don’t really have solutions.||Economics, The Economy & Fiscal Affairs|
|People blame themselves for their own layoffs…. We ignore the effect on mental health. Every person in this society who is laid off is told that they lack value…. We undermine public health.||Health, Healthcare & Medicine|
|There are not enough good jobs for the skill levels we have.||Work, Workers & The Labor Force|
|There is no silver bullet. I know people in Washington want grand solutions for everything.||Management & Managing Government|
|These agreements should be free trade. They aren’t free trade.||Foreign Trade|