A report from the National Employment Law Center says good jobs have largely disappeared during the curent economic recovery. Look at this chart:
The Demos Blog has more:
The trend toward worse jobs and higher inequality, prevalent before the past thirty years, escalated during the Great Recession and its aftermath. Even as middle-income occupations lost the most employees during the recession, they been the slowest to grow during the recovery. On the other hand, low-wage, benefit-poor, jobs have grown the fastest during the recovery, with retail jobs (median wage $10.74), food preparation workers ($9.04), and laborers ($11.44) leading the pack.