Workers make solid gains in real wages

October 2007
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The article reports on some 95 million working Americans representing 82 percent of the workforce receiving real wage gains, according to the National Association of Manufacturers' "Annual Labor Day Report." Manufacturing workers led, earning 30 percent more than the average wage for private sector workforces.


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