The most commonly cited reason Americans are still struggling to find jobs is that we’re in a “lost decade.”
But what if you could use that lost decade to create a new era of job creation?
The new jobs generated by that lost generation are likely to be even more powerful than the ones created by the previous generation.
In this series, Recode will take a look at the three key factors driving the job creation in the new era: how much we invest in training and retraining, how much people save for retirement, and how much time we spend doing things like reading and working out.
Recode has an exclusive first look at these three key trends and how they could shape the future of the American economy.
First, the investment boom The investment boom is back in full swing.
Companies have spent billions of dollars investing in research and development.
And many of these companies have gone into new markets to tap the billions of new job seekers.
The big companies, including General Electric, Microsoft, and IBM, have spent more than $7 trillion on R&D over the past two decades.
The trend continues in 2017.
R&d spending is projected to hit $3 trillion, or 17% of the economy, in 2021.
That’s more than twice the amount spent by the private sector in the same time period.
Recoding the data The next big story is the shift to automation.
Technology is already helping to automate some work.
A lot of the jobs that have been automated over the years have been the lowest-paid jobs.
But that trend has reversed in 2017, as companies have made significant investments in automation.
At the same, companies are finding that they can keep hiring people in these lower-paying roles without cutting benefits.
And as a result, they are hiring more workers in these higher-paying positions.
These factors could boost the economy by helping to keep wages high and wages stable.
So how will they affect wages?
In addition to creating more jobs, the technology boom will also help to boost wages in other ways.
Companies are likely not investing in new technology for the same reasons they did in the 1990s, when the technology bubble burst.
That means that most companies are investing in technologies that have already been in use for decades.
This means that some of the new jobs that are created in the next decade will likely be more lucrative than those that were created in previous decades.
And it means that workers will be able to keep their paychecks stable.
That could help companies boost wages by keeping wages stable, which is important for many workers, such as teachers.
And some of these jobs could be created even more rapidly.
For example, some of those low-paying jobs that were automated in the past might be able “outcompete” some high-paying ones.
But if companies have been investing in technology for decades, this trend will also be more likely to occur.
This is especially true in areas such as manufacturing, which tends to be more heavily automated.
And this means that new jobs in those areas could also be higher paying than the jobs created in other areas, such the health care sector.
How fast will technology take over?
Technology is only going to become more powerful in the coming years, and the new generation of workers that will come into the workforce will not be the same people who are making the decisions about technology.
So the impact of the next wave of automation could be more dramatic than the next generation of jobs.
The next wave is likely to happen faster than the previous wave, because the robots are now much more powerful and are more flexible.
So robots can learn quickly.
The same robots can also be programmed to work with the right people and with the wrong skills.
For this reason, new jobs can be created faster than previous waves.
That will allow companies to create new jobs at lower pay and higher levels of skills.
In the past, companies were able to hire a great many people with a lot of experience and with great skills and build a great company.
Now, companies can hire people with little experience and little skill with a great deal of skill and then just hire more people with less experience and less skill and keep the company going.
And then it could happen again.
Companies will also continue to use technology to replace workers, because these jobs are more important than ever.
As a result of this, companies will be paying more and are hiring fewer workers.
This will reduce the need for more workers, and as a consequence, wages will increase.
And the pay for those workers will likely also go up.
But what will this mean for people?
What will this change mean for wages?
This is where the data on wages comes in.
The average hourly wage for all workers in the U.S. is $8.50 today, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That figure is up from $6.75 in 1979, when wage growth peaked.
The new wave of workers may be more skilled, and thus likely to earn more than their predecessors. But as