Sarah Jaffe

Independent journalist and author

An independent journalist covering labor, economic justice, social movements, politics, gender, and pop culture. She’s author of  “Work Won’t Love You Back; How Devotion to Our Jobs Keeps Us Exploited, Exhausted and Alone

Sarah Jaffe on KCRW

Is there something wrong in how we value work? How have our jobs defined such a big part of our identity and happiness?

Are today’s jobs are over-hyped and underpaid?

Is there something wrong in how we value work? How have our jobs defined such a big part of our identity and happiness?

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