Workers express fear, anxiety about their professional futures

01/13/2011 | USA Today

Many U.S. workers are insecure about their careers, experts say. The pessimism is heightened by the waning number of jobs in certain professions, such as printing. "The U.S. economy churns a lot, more than in most countries. A lot of jobs are created and destroyed, and it creates a lot of anxiety," says Harry Holzer, a Georgetown University government professor and co-author of "Where Are All the Good Jobs Going."

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