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One feature of the past two or three decades is what economists call the polarization of labor markets. This is a fancy way of saying that we are seeing growth in high- and low-wage jobs, but a decline in middle-wage work. By any definition, the U.S. still has a large middle class, but three decades is a long time to be in decline, and there is no evidence that this trend is about to turn around.

An exit drive connects all of the parking drives and exits the grounds onto the state highway south of the entry and large sign.

The theater opened in 1951 on 17 acres on Wabash’s northeast side and is currently operated by the Honeywell Foundation.

Mike Baker, holding the envelope, pose along with staff and children of MELC.

From left, top row: Lighthouse Missions’ Tami Overman, WCUF executive director Steve Johnson, Dean Stouffer and Jenny Ritzema. From left, knee…

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