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Nickel and Dimed: On Not Getting By in America
so that other homes will be shiny and perfect; they endure privation so that inflation will be low and stock prices high. Upon leaving her housekeeping job, she reveals her true reason for having each job, and is not met with the surprise she had expected. Written from her perspective as an undercover journalist, it sets out to investigate the impact of the 1996 all Quiet Western Front welfare reform act on the working poor in the United States. How did her co-workers manage housing? Contents, social issues edit, ehrenreich investigates many of the difficulties low wage workers face, including the hidden costs involved in such necessities as shelter (the poor often have to spend much more on daily hotel costs than they would pay to rent an apartment. Homeless: Can You Build A Life From 25?, The Christian Science Monitor, February 11, 2008 Platt, Charles (February 1, 2009). Paul area, where the 'living wage' for a single parent and one child was calculated to.77 an hour, Ehrenreich has a job at Wal-Mart paying 7 an hour. So her first revelation was that the vaunted abundance of ads is not a reliable measure of available jobs but serves employers as an insurance policy against the high turnover in the low-wage work force. "Barbara Ehrenreich: Nickel and Diming Truth". And soon, even with two jobs and no children to support, Ehrenreich starts having money trouble.
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Yet the comforting economic clichs offered by our pundits failed even under those boom conditions: a rising tide does not lift all boats; trickledown economics stops just south of the middle class. She feels that her performance was good at each position, especially as each job took concentration and skills she didn't know she would need. George is unaware of the problem because of the language barrier, and Ehrenreich grows increasingly upset over the situation. Now we have entered a downward slide, with all economic indicators pointing to the toilet. This included random drug tests, being yelled at by bosses, being accused of rule infractions, and being treated in many ways she felt was more like a child than a woman in her 50s should be treated. The problems that the people at the bottom 20 of the economy has are so many and so complex that changing their places in life is extremely difficult. His regular ella Fitzgerald meetings seem pointless to her, and only feed into the monotony. Holly - Holly is a maid who works with Ehrenreich in Maine.
In 1998, Barbara Ehrenreich decided to join them.
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Nickel and Dimed: On (Not getting, by in America is a book written by Barbara Ehrenreich.
Written from her perspective as an undercover journalist, it sets out to investigate the impact of the 1996 welfare reform act on the working poor in the United States.