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Is there really a "blue-collar boom"?

by Kimberly Adams Jan 21, 2020
President Trump in Davos celebrated low- and middle-class gains. But staples of the blue-collar workforce, like manufacturing, are not faring well.
President Trump in Davos on January 21, 2020.
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Half of Americans got no pay raise this year

by Mitchell Hartman Dec 20, 2019
A Bankrate.com survey of 1,000 people across the country found only 49% of respondents got a raise in 2019.
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Wage gains flatten in September

by Mitchell Hartman Oct 4, 2019
Average hourly earnings were unchanged in September, and the annual growth rate fell 0.3% from the previous month.
An employee restocks a shelf in the grocery section of a Wal-Mart Supercenter in 2005 in Troy, Ohio.
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Wage growth stalls in July

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 2, 2019
Annual growth in average hourly earnings has fallen back after hitting 3.4% in Feburary, a post-recession peak.
Job seekers look over job opening fliers at a job fair in Pasadena, California in 2009.
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Tight job market hits small business confidence

by Justin Ho Feb 13, 2019
Small business owners, who have struggled to find the workers they need, are frustrated.
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Consumer spending increases again. How long will that last?

by , and Oct 29, 2018
U.S. consumer spending rose for a 7th straight month in September, according the the Commerce Department. Economists expect that trend to continue despite slow wage growth.  

Consumer spending increases again. How long will that last?

by , and Oct 29, 2018
U.S. consumer spending rose for a 7th straight month in September, according the the Commerce Department. Economists expect that trend to continue despite slow wage growth.  

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Here's the problem with low, low unemployment

by Tracey Samuelson Sep 13, 2018
Unemployment in the United States currently stands at the low, low 3.9 percent. What’s not to like? A new paper from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston argues that, historically, a low unemployment rate can signal trouble for the economy.…
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For some workers, big pay raises. Others, not so much.

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 3, 2018
Bank tellers, truck drivers and bartenders are among those in high demand.
Commuters make their way through Grand Central Terminal during evening rush hour in New York City.
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For some workers, the economy looks good enough to take a chance on a new job

by Kimberly Adams Jul 11, 2018
More Americans are quitting their jobs nowadays, according to the latest numbers out from the Labor Department. The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) shows that in May, the “quits rate” hit its highest level in 17 years.  That…