Cheryle James, 57, a Portland, Ore.-area program manager for a telecommunications equipment and software company:
“I don’t see as many people being able to realize the American Dream as there should be. I personally know people who live paycheck to paycheck, and I see a lot of kids coming out of college and struggling with pretty low-paying jobs. My gut feeling is there isn’t as much opportunity as there used to be.”
Cheryle James, 57, a Portland, Ore.-area program manager for a telecommunications equipment and software company: “I don’t see as many people being able to realize the American Dream as there should be. I personally know people who live paycheck to paycheck, and I see a lot of kids coming out of college and struggling with pretty low-paying jobs. My gut feeling is there isn’t as much opportunity as there used to be.”
Cheryle James, 57, a Portland, Ore.-area program manager for a telecommunications equipment and software company: “I don’t see as many people being able to realize the American Dream as there should be. I personally know people who live paycheck to paycheck, and I see a lot of kids coming out of college and struggling with pretty low-paying jobs. My gut feeling is there isn’t as much opportunity as there used to be.”

A dark mood in America

October 17, 2015 5:00 PM

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