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  • In Trumps Economy Working Class Employees Are Getting Bigger Raises Than Their Bosses

    In Trump’s Economy, Working Class Employees Are Getting Bigger Raises Than Their Bosses
    https://dailycaller.com/2019/12/27/t...e-class-wages/

    Wages for working class Americans are increasing faster than for their bosses as the U.S. economy keeps humming and unemployment rates stay low, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

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    Low-wage workers are getting bigger raises than bosses
    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/low-wag...s-than-bosses/
    • The 25% lowest-paid Americans enjoyed a 4.5% income boost in November.
    • That outpaced a 2.9% gain in earnings for the country's highest-paid workers.
    • Low-wage workers are benefiting from higher minimum wages and corporations that are increasing entry-level pay.

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        Originally posted by Trump Gurl View Post
        In Trump’s Economy, Working Class Employees Are Getting Bigger Raises Than Their Bosses
        https://dailycaller.com/2019/12/27/t...e-class-wages/

        Wages for working class Americans are increasing faster than for their bosses as the U.S. economy keeps humming and unemployment rates stay low, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.

        Wage gains for low earners have helped sustain America’s economic expansion
        https://www.economist.com/finance-an...omic-expansion

        At 128 months and counting, America’s economic expansion is the longest on record. Longevity has not come easily. The expansion trundled along despite global manufacturing downturns in 2016 and 2019, conflicts over trade, and a bout of monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve. The recovery ploughed ahead last year even as business investment decelerated and residential-construction investment shrank, thanks to rock-steady growth in personal consumption. The durability of spending is a testament to one of this expansion’s more unusual features: faster growth in wages for workers at the bottom of the income distribution than for high earners. Improved fortunes for low-wage workers may, it seems, be an underappreciated contributor to the sustainability of economic booms.

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          Originally posted by Trump Gurl View Post


          Wage gains for low earners have helped sustain America’s economic expansion
          https://www.economist.com/finance-an...omic-expansion

          At 128 months and counting, America’s economic expansion is the longest on record.
          Hmmm, that is what? 10 + years? So most of this economic expansion came when? Oh, yeah, before Trump gave his tax cuts to his buddies.

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            Originally posted by Jonahdog View Post

            Hmmm, that is what? 10 + years? So most of this economic expansion came when? Oh, yeah, before Trump gave his tax cuts to his buddies.
            you didn't bother to read the article, did you?

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              Originally posted by ok doser View Post

              you didn't bother to read the article, did you?
              Liberals prefer ignorance and propaganda to facts.

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