Where have all the wages gone?

December 7, 2015

But even though the Great Recession hit lower-income residents and those with less education perhaps the hardest, it did not spare the earners economically above them.

“Being high-income didn’t protect you,” said James W. Hughes, professor and dean at Rutgers’ Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. “This was an equal-opportunity recession.”
Philly.com, December 6

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