don't produce a lot of tax revenue or stop the economy following the nation off the cliff edge of Europe.
Overboard is bound to get nasty comments from fans of the original, like last year's similarly gender-bent Ghostbusters -- though the original really isn't that good (at least in my hazy 80s memory) and this is a more substantial movie anyway, with a few timely digs at life in America where mums work McJobs
and builders kill themselves building rich people's swimming pools: "The land of the free, not the land of the free lunch".
Walmart encouraged employees to apply for government benefits, demonstrating that its wages and others in the "McJobs
" economy didn't come close to covering essential expenses such as food, rent, healthcare, and childcare.
"Self-entrepreneurs" now do "Uber-jobs" - a term that arose (mimicking the earlier pejorative term "McJobs
" for low pay/quality work) to describe the use of workers who are technically self-employed in the gig economy.
In fact, so much has been the criticism that the term McJobs
(McDonaldized jobs), has evolved to refer to jobs which are demeaning in nature.
High-paying, "good" service-sector jobs slowly started to be replaced by "McJobs
": unskilled, low-wage nonunion jobs.
Instead of demanding that entry-level McJobs
pay more than the jobs are worth, why not set up programs to help the people in black communities to gain the marketable skills that will earn more and offer better benefits?
Our once great public services ruined by austerity, the mean McJobs
, the boarded-up high streets, the struggle to keep a roof over a family's head and food on the table.
Born and raised in the Silicon Valley, Lo was inspired to write Dealing Dreams - how go-getters Zoe and Trey strive to keep afloat in today's economy, graduating from elite schools only to face unemployment and chances at low-paying McJobs
With their roots in the Occupy movement, they are viscerally mad at the rigged economy based on McJobs
and the monopoly power of the plutocrats.
Jobs in the fast-food industry are routinely derided as dead-end, low-skill burger- flipping positions - McJobs
. But the granddaddy of all fast-food companies is making employment at its restaurants more attractive, offering further evidence that the balance of power between labor and business is shifting.
Britain has at least 4.5 million "self-employed" workers (because it's the only available option) and the next generation faces a bleak future of dead-end 'McJobs
' which will see them go without basics we take for granted like food and electricity just to maintain a roof over their heads.