Saturday, November 3, 2018

Weekly wages for High School dropouts have risen 23.4% since 2010

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20 hours ago - WASHINGTON—Strong hiring and low unemployment are delivering U.S. workers their best pay raises in nearly a decade. Employers shook ...

Low-skilled workers are among the biggest beneficiaries of a strong labor market. Weekly wages for high-school dropouts have risen 23.4% since 2010, outpacing wage growth for college graduates, which has been 14.4% since 2010, not adjusted for inflation.

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