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Wage Growth

  1. Latest Jobs Report Is a ‘Dream’ for Wall StreetStrong employment growth and low wage growth is just what the doctor ordered for stocks. But a possible trade war still looms.
  2. July Jobs Report: 2017 Looking Exactly Like 2016It’s becoming monotonous to report, but it’s true: the slow but steady recovery continues, which could help Trump stabilize his shaky popularity.
  3. The Working Poor Got Richer in 2016Low unemployment and minimum-wage increases sparked strong wage growth at the bottom of America’s income ladder in Obama’s final year.
  4. Republicans Suddenly Think the Economy Is Getting BetterOne week ago, only 16 percent of Republicans thought economic conditions were getting better. Now, 49 percent do.
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