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Renters facing affordability crisis as wages stagnate

by Adam Allington Dec 12, 2016
Evictions are on the rise as renters pay increasing share of income for housing.
A view of historic homes on Logan Circle in Washington, D.C.
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Irvine gets rid of its living wage

by Caitlin Esch Jul 16, 2015
As cities across the country raise the minimum wage, Irvine repeals 2007 ordinance.
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The Phillips Curve and jobs numbers, explained

by Paddy Hirsch Oct 3, 2014
The jobs numbers are making a mockery of some economic models.
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Meet the woman behind Ikea's living wage calculator

by Krissy Clark Aug 6, 2014
Ikea will use an MIT project to set wages in its stores across the U.S.

Grocery chain workers fight for millionaire CEO

by Shannon Mullen Aug 4, 2014
Market Basket employees and customers stage an "unprecedented" protest.

As fast food workers go on strike, Obama argues for increasing minimum wage

by Krissy Clark Dec 5, 2013
Fast food workers across America are striking today, asking for $15 an hour. Their employers may not be sympathetic to their cause, but they have a friend in the White House.

Fast food workers of the world, unite!

by Stacey Vanek Smith Aug 29, 2013
Fast-food workers are extending their one-day strikes to 35 cities nationwide as they try to gain traction for higher wages
Employees and supporters demonstrate outside of a Wendy's fast-food restaurant to demand higher pay and the right to form a union on July 29, 2013 in New York City.
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How raising low wages ripples through the economy

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 12, 2012
A few bucks an hour more for low-wage workers can raise prices, but also boost economic growth for the country overall.

What $5 more an hour could buy a low-wage worker

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 11, 2012
Fast food employees picketed in New York for a raise to $15 an hour. What difference would that make?