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Earn a Wage or a Salary? This Chart's For You

by Robert Folsom
Updated: April 28, 2017

This humble chart shows REAL average weekly wages -- and why a bigger paycheck does NOT necessarily mean more purchasing power. See why purchasing power has been flat for a decade.

 

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