The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market
The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market
The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market
The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market
The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market
The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market

The Poverty of Work: Selling Servant, Slave and Temporary Labor on the Free Market

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Published in 2018

This chilling look inside the history of employment agencies in the U.S. argues that they should have been abolished with slavery, or at the very least, put under tight government control. Today, left largely unregulated, employment agencies generate astonishing revenue by selling flexible, on-demand temporary workers. In the process millions are trapped in a cycle of unemployment, despair, and poverty.