Beth Shulman is an expert on the American workplace, the impact of the economy on workers and their families, low-wage work and inequality, and the policy changes and practices needed to create a country with greater opportunity and a more broadly shared prosperity.
Shulman is author of The Betrayal of Work: How Low-Wage Jobs Fail 30 Million Americans. Shulman’s subsequent articles have been published in The Washington Post Outlook Section, the Wilson Quarterly and John Edwards’ anthology, Ending Poverty in America: How to Restore the American Dream. Shulman has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs including Oprah, PBS’ Now with Bill Moyers, CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight, ABC Nightly News and NPR's Talk of the Nation and Marketplace.
Shulman speaks throughout the country on low-wage work, inequality, workplace issues, business-labor relations, work/family conflicts, unemployment, employment discrimination and the role of unions in our society.
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