Dana Goldstein on why reform proposals stiff “pink-collar” workers.
It speaks of women being “pigeonholed” into “pink-collar” jobs in health and education.
Maintaining a lavish lifestyle is a commonly cited rationale for committing white- or pink-collar crimes.
Do the reform proposals kicking around Congress do enough to provide stability to these “pink-collar” workers and their families?
Among the top 10 cases, five involved “pink-collar criminals” who pocketed anywhere from $4.8 to $16 million.