Are low-paid jobs really a stepping stone to better pay? A new study suggests it's not that simple

A job—any job—is generally thought of as better than no job at all. Consequently, low-paid work is often considered a “stepping stone” to a higher-paid job. But how easily do low-paid workers climb up the pay scale, really?

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