If the Biden administration doesn’t think your job is good, it’s gone    

If the Biden administration doesn’t think your job is good, it’s gone    


This summer, President Joe Biden and Department of Labor Secretary Julie Su are traveling to different states to promote their Good Jobs Initiative. While it might seem like a plan to celebrate American workers, it’s really an attempt to push Bidenomics on businesses and workers. 

The initiative lays out a set of principles the White House claims are a part of this agenda. Some might be similar to what many of us would certainly appreciate: High pay, job stability, robust benefits, automatic promotions, and being valued by our employers. 

Unfortunately, the initiative does not offer solutions to make more of these job features possible. It demands these outcomes in a vacuum, ignoring the challenges that government barriers pose to businesses and workers who depend on

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