Guess this person’s salary: He is Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the prestigious University of California, San Francisco. His salary is $0.
In recent years, I’ve observed an acceleration of jobs that have been converted from paid to unpaid or pittance-paid: jobs to internships, jobs to volunteer work, full-time well-paying secure jobs to temporary, unbenefitted contract work.
My PsychologyToday.com article explores this a bit but, alas, doesn't propose solutions--because I can't think of any that seem realistic. Anyone care to suggest something?