Getting good jobs and preparing for them

 I recently ran across a report from Georgetown University regarding “Good Jobs” created since the end of the 2008-10 recession.  

The study’s authors define good jobs as those paying more than $53,000 annually for a full-time, full-year worker, so we are talking about very, very good jobs for a young person starting their career in Kentucky.

In addition, the majority of these good jobs are full time, offer health insurance and provide employer sponsored retirement plans - adding more than 30 percent on top of employee base salary.


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