There has been a boost in wages. Despite the economy’s growth, however, the wage increase has actually been very minimal, to say the least. There are four reasons why this is the case. The jobs are different now than before the Great Recession, uncertainty with the economy has kept employees from demanding higher wages, companies taking more time to increase workers’ wages, and changes in the labor force.
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