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Wage Growth Over The Last Two Years Was The Slowest In Three Decades

By Pat Garofalo on August 31, 2011 at 5:05 pm

"Wage Growth Over The Last Two Years Was The Slowest In Three Decades"

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In a new report examining the consequences that long-term high unemployment is having on the U.S. economy, the Economic Policy Institute noted that “wage growth has been slower in the last two years than at any time over the last 30 years.” Between 2007 and 2009, “the median working-age household saw an income decline of $2,700.”

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