Friday, October 28, 2011
Whoa! Hourly wage up $1.23 in 36 years
It's class warfare all right. Warfare on workers.
But we've been saying that all along. Now the
Center for American Progress reports
the typical American worker's wages rose by $1.23 in the past 36 years. That's an 8.4 percent increase.
It's a good thing housing, tuition, food and gas haven't gone up that much in 36 years.
Oh, wait, they've gone up more. College tuition alone doubled every
. In 1975 the average price of a new house was
$39,300 and a gallon of gas cost 44 cents
Do we need to mention what happened to the rich?
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