Some weekend reading from the Wall Street Journal

Another angle of the job-quality discussion is the continued strength in temporary hiring. The thinking used to be that early in a recovery businesses hired temp workers and when the economy firmed, they turned those slots into full-time permanent positions. But five years into recovery, temp-slots continue to account for an over-sized share of private payroll growth. Over the past year, temporary jobs have generated 10% of new private positions, although they account for only about 2.5% of private payrolls.