U.S. Salaries Are The Most Unequal Since 1928

Salaries in the U.S. are the most unequal since 1928.

The median household income has been stagnant since the economic recovery began in 2001.

Adjusted for inflation, the wages of nonmanagement employees are 10% below their levels in the early 1970’s.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average household income is now only slightly above where it was in 1973.

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