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Workers' pay lags behind productivity

Globe Staff / August 28, 2006

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Despite a lengthy period of economic expansion, the current US economy has a chance to become the first period of sustained growth since World War II in which real wages for workers also failed to increase, The New York Times reported in today's editions. (Full article: 330 words)

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