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Getting Back to Full Employment: A Better Bargain for Working People

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Getting Back to Full Employment: A Better Bargain for Working People
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Publisher: Center for Economic & Policy Research
ISBN/ASIN: 0615918352
ISBN-13: 9780615918358
Number of pages: 115

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Real wage growth for workers in the bottom half of the income scale is highly dependent on the overall rate of unemployment. The authors present a broad set of policies designed to boost growth and get the unemployment rate down to a level where far more workers have a fighting chance of getting ahead.

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