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This paper focuses on the race, sex, and class dimensions surrounding the emergence and growth of the contingent workforce in the US economy. Contingent workers are those who have a loose affiliation with their employers (Polivka and Nardone 1989; Russell 1991). As the 1990s began, between erne-quarter and one-third of all US employees were a part of this burgeoning workforce.
Just fifty years after this was written the Colorado River Basin is home to several of the fastest growing regions in the country. The basin encompasses areas in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. Sustainable development for this region will be examined with regard to social and natural amenities that affect quality of life.