The Big Picture post host Barry Ritholtz taps into analysis from Deutsche Bank Global Markets Research economist Torsten Slok for evidence of the economy's increasingly dispersed and distributed jobs recovery.
Low- and medium-wage occupations have accelerated in the payroll sweepstakes as the overall growth in jobs has steamed along. Here's how the respective wage tiers are made up.
High wage occupational categories are management, professional and related occupations. Medium wage categories are sales and office occupations; construction and extraction occupations; installation, maintenance and repair occupations; and production/transportation and moving occupations. Low wage occupations are service occupations and farming, fishing, and forestry.