I used to live in Flint and now I teach. Today's adjunct professors have loads in common with yesterday's factory workers.
If big employers had more competition, they'd have to pay their workers better.
While millions of students rack up college debt and gain no skills, millions of high-paying trade jobs sit empty.
The Trump administration wants servers to hand over nearly $6 billion to their bosses.
Teachers need stable work and students need stable teachers. The adjunct system cheats them both.
A new federal rule would let employers pocket the tips customers leave for their servers.
Unlike movie stars and athletes, skyrocketing pay for CEOs has nothing to do with markets.
The president's first choice to protect your workplace rights was a leading violator of them.