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TitleInequality in annual earnings worsens in 2021
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PublisherEconomic Policy Institute
DateDecember 2022
DescriptionThis report examines the evidence surrounding wage inequality, finding that annual wages rose fastest for the top 1% of earners in 2021, while those in the bottom 90% saw their real earnings fall 0.2%. It looks at how this growing inequality is the result of decades of policy decisions related to factors such as unemployment rates, minimum wage, and workers' rights.
Filed inEconomy > Economic profiles and data
Added10/26/2016 12:13pm
Updated03/23/2023 08:28am

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