RSVP for "The Precariat ~ Life on the Edge: No Job Security, No Benefits"
Join Women's Voices at The Heights (8001 Dale Ave., 63117) on September 12, 2019.
Doors open at 6:30 PM; event begins at 7:00 PM.
What is happening to the “precariat” – people living in a precarious world where they have no job security, no predictable wages, and no benefits to fall back on? Do statistics – GDP (gross domestic product), employment numbers, stock market highs – tell us the truth about how well most Americans are doing? Do they give an accurate picture of working women’s status? Do they give us any insights about how living with uncertainty affects people’s material and psychological well-being? The answers will surprise you.
Speaker: Allan MacNeill is a professor of Political Economy in the Department of History, Politics, and International Relations at Webster University, where he teaches political economy, economic theory, and economic history. He holds an MS in Labor Studies and a PhD in Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His teaching and research interests focus on issues of economic inequality. Dr. MacNeill is a former union organizer who remains active in labor issues as a member of the Worker Rights Board of St. Louis Jobs with Justice.
A note about parking: The Heights is undergoing renovations that will impact parking. The West Parking Lot will not be available during this time. Additional parking is available near the AB Green Park on Laclede Station Road and Dale Ave.
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