Workers All Over America Are Getting a Raise

It's more than just a few states.

Workers, Wages and the Case for Full Employment

Wage growth is picking up across America — and even non-oil states are getting in on the action.

The median U.S. worker benefited from a 3.4 percent year-on-year increase in wages in July, only marginally lower than the bumper 3.6 percent the previous month, which was the fastest pace of wage growth since January 2009, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's wage growth tracker.

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