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U.S. Documents | 27 Apr. 2015 Accelerating high-wage job growth to lift hourly earnings?
We have argued for some time that the hourly earnings data, which take no account of changes in the mix of employment by industry or occupation, have been depressed over the past year by the relatively rapid growth of low-paid jobs.

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27 Apr. 2015 Accelerating high-wage job growth to lift hourly earnings?

By Ian Shepherdson

We have argued for some time that the hourly earnings data, which take no account of changes in the mix of employment by industry or occupation, have been depressed over the past year by the relatively rapid growth of low-paid jobs.

Posted: 27th Apr 2015 in 'U.S. Documents'

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