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Twenty states are raising their minimum wages as we usher in 2019.
We haven’t seen much in wage gains out of recent jobs reports from the Labor Department. The most recent one, for June, showed average hourly wages, as reported by employers, up just 2.5 percent over the past year, not much…
Here's where we talk about diminished unions and immigration.
Northwestern University economist Robert Gordon argues that new technology can't improve living standards as dramatically as it did 100 years ago.
There's broad voter support for the hikes, but little political movement in D.C.
A low-wage worker shares her experience living paycheck to paycheck.
Even as the labor market tightens, employers aren't offering higher salaries to get the workers they need.
The median pay for non-union men without a college degree is about 13 percent lower than in 1979.