Employers are outsourcing more jobs overseas and building a cheaper skilled labor force there, while hiring more temps and part-time workers in the US. When they do build new factories in the USA it appears they are automating them as much as possible to remove the need for "skilled workers." Sure, tech jobs are growing, but still hadly at a pace to meet the jobless population.
Lets face it. Corporations are all about profit, and now that they have expanded worldwide, they refuse to deal with American "nonsense" about "honest pay for an honest days labor."
So. Where. Are. All. These. "Worthwhile." Non-entry Level. Jobs????