"The fact that government is creating by far the most jobs for young educated workers is a signal of just how weak this recovery has been. As Mr Mandel explains, the next-biggest job creator, professional and technical services, is a catch-all that 'includes such industries as law, accounting, computer systems design, and management consulting. These industries as a whole have not been expanding, or expanding only slow–but they have been shifting towards better-educated workers.' Then comes a long series of industries whose growth just doesn't seem like it can serve as the anchor of a broad and vigorous economic revival: hotels and restaurants, social assistance, health care, arts and entertainment."