Bitter Medicine For WorkersGene Koretz
Virtually all industrial nations have experienced rising income and wage inequality since the start of the 1980s. However, the U.S. seems to have been affected the most by this trend, which has been attributed to the negative impact of trade growth on the wages of low-skilled, poorly educated workers and the positive impact of changing technology on the earnings of the more educated.
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