Dual Labour Market
The hypothesis that the American economy, or the labour market, is divided into two categories, the Primary Sector, and the Secondary Sector, is known as the dual labour market. For years, the dual labour market has been dominated by segregation, poverty, and government assistance.
Labourers in the Primary Sector, on the whole, have employment with decent wages, good job positions, business rank, and job stability, as well as clean and secure working conditions and the opportunity to advance. Staff in the Secondary Sector, on the other hand, has low-status occupations that pay a low-to-minimum wage, live in bad conditions, have no job stability, and have few opportunities for advancement.