Education and Inequality

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"Education and Inequality"

Inequality day continues with a link to Larry Mishel and Richard Rothstein noting that even wages for people with college degrees are lagging way behind average productivity growth. Consequently, while there’s no doubt that some good would come from having a higher proportion of the population graduate from college and acquire more skills, there’s no reason to think this would seriously impact the inequality situation.

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