With U.S. unemployment at a 50 year low, why is job quality so poor?
Unemployment in the US is the lowest it’s been in 50 years. So why are workers experiencing long job hunts, for work with low pay and unpredictable hours?
Gwynn Guilford is a reporter and editor for Quartz. She previously blogged at Andrew Sullivan's The Dish, where she covered China and economics, among other topics. Before that she spent six years in China, including three researching Chinese companies and macroeconomic developments for hedge funds. Gwynn has also worked in Myanmar, reporting from Yangon and Mandalay on the 2007 military crackdown, and writing for the Myanmar Times & Business Review in 2004. Her work has appeared in Slate, the Christian Science Monitor and the Far Eastern Economic Review. Gwynn speaks and reads Mandarin, as well as basic Burmese.