Care to explain? I'm not quite sure how this article was generalized with little evidence. The evidence is looking through your eyes. I've been on this Earth for almost 27 years and I've seen more hardship among the working class than I care to enjoy. We've been outsourcing jobs since Clinton thought it was a good idea during his presidency and we still are. Watch the show Shark Tank
and count how many times an entrepreneur who has an amazing product that would bring major wealth to them no matter the case, wants to OUTSOURCE the manufacturing of said product to China to cut major costs. Perfectly good jobs that Americans could use to hopefully better their lives. Of course that's putting class status aside. I think the James hit the nail on the head. The middle class has always been the one to really make a company run. Doing the job of 5 people while making just enough money to enjoy life a little less stressful. Now with technology and outsourcing, the middle class is going by the wayside in favor of saving money. So that middle class is now becoming the peasant or the wealthy. No more grey area. You're either in or out.
Now that my rant/civil opinion is over; on a lighter note, I've been contemplating about quitting my job or reducing my hours to focus more on my photography business and signs have been popping up every where saying that this might be my year :-)