Low-Wage Workers Feel Worse off Now than During Recession

American low-income workers, those who make $35,000 or less annually, are generally pessimistic about their finances and career prospects, according to a new Associated Press survey.

The survey revealed that most workers at the bottom of the income food chain view their jobs as a dead end. Half were “not too” or “not at all” confident that their jobs would help them achieve long-term career goals. And only 41 percent of workers at the same place for more than a decade reported ever receiving a promotion.

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