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Old Yesterday, 03:02 PM
 
Location: Aurora Denveralis
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For the year ending this past March "real" wages were up 1.3%. If you'd like for me to explain what the means let me know. That's neither trivial nor isolated.
Yes, wages are up.

After 20 years of lagging well behind other economic growth benefiting owners and stockholders.

Yep, there's been a small kick in the last year or two.

While other indicators benefitting - gosh! - owners and stockholders continue to rise much more steeply.

You win! Yay!
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Old Today, 07:53 AM
 
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Because people are still struggling they are living off their credit cards and are having trouble paying their bills for housing, medical and schooling and everything else.

It's a voodoo economy where the rich and powerful were given huge tax cuts at the expense of the budget deficit which the GOP used to care about before Trump.
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