From Reuters:

The U.S. economic rebound has so far comforted homeowners and stock investors, but has done little for working class paychecks, economists say.

A stalled job market is making any wage growth difficult for the average consumer, whose spending makes up two-thirds of overall economic activity in the United States.

Mid- to low-income workers who, unlike white collar workers, rarely get perks on top of their salaries like year- end bonuses and stock options, will likely be affected the most by the slow growth of wages.


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