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Stories by Seth Sandronsky
Seth Sandronsky is a journalist in Sacramento. Email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Clash of Conveniences: Uber’s 'Deactivation' of Drivers
Posted on: Oct 15, 2015, Source: Capital and Main
Spending 30 minutes driving for a one or two-mile customer trip didn’t make sense, says one ex-driver.
I'm Making Only $2.64 an Hour Working as an Uber Driver
Posted on: Sep 23, 2015, Source: Capital and Main
Takele Gobena makes well below minimum wage and says he has no health coverage if injured.
How Big Companies Like Microsoft, Pearson Are Gearing to Profit from Our Children’s Successes and Failures
Posted on: Mar 10, 2014, Source: AlterNet
Salivating profiteers are going after public schools with the voracious appetites of hungry teenagers.
Why New Jersey Epitomizes the Dark Side of 'Education Reform'
Posted on: Feb 18, 2014, Source: CounterPunch
Dcriminatory state takeovers of NJ public schools has become a drastic predatory reform weapon of choice.
How California's Oil and Water Policies Are Bankrupting Higher Education
Posted on: May 27, 2010, Source: AlterNet
California oil and water policies reap windfall profits for banking institutions, land developers and agribusiness, but are undermining the state's higher education plan.
Mall Riots: Why Are Some Americans Becoming Violent Shoppers?
Posted on: Feb 10, 2010, Source: AlterNet
Americans used to protest in the streets; now some have resorted to fighting each other in shopping malls. What happened?
Will Our 'Green Jobs' Dollars Help a Ritzy Car Company Open a Toxic Manufacturing Plant?
Posted on: Dec 25, 2009, Source: AlterNet
Tesla makes a sleek electric roadster at $110,000. A new model's generating buzz, but one possible manufacturing site's haunted by ghosts of the old economy.
How One Journalist Learned About Modern Union-Busting the Hard Way
Posted on: Nov 27, 2009, Source: AlterNet
Sara Steffens thought that labor negotiations were civilized affairs ... until her newsroom became a battlefield.
Bush's Fiscal Policy Not Creating New Jobs
Posted on: Jul 8, 2003, Source: AlterNet
Working life is becoming more precarious for millions of people in America.
Jobs Crisis for Black Teens in America
Posted on: Jan 7, 2002, Source: Common Dreams
Does skin color still matter? For the 30% of black teens that don't have a job right now, maybe it does. Seth Sandronsky speaks out about black teen unemployment and what Washington is not doing about it.
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