Why wage growth isn't keeping pace with a tightening labor market

July 7, 2018

Bill Rodgers, Rutgers University professor and economist, and Joe Watkins, Republican strategist, discuss why wages haven’t grown much amid a tight labor market and what the strong June jobs reports says about the U.S. economy.

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