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This lovely little labor chart was posted today....

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Nothing new here but since 2000, the average US worker has had a bleeding income.

I tried looking for the charted at research.stlouisfed.org and couldn't seem to find it. Do you have a link for it? I am extremely interested in reading the blurb that goes with it.

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I tried looking for the charted at research.stlouisfed.org and couldn't seem to find it. Do you have a link for it? I am extremely interested in reading the blurb that goes with it.

I actually got it from a different site. I think they used this chart to compile it.

http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/graph/?chart_type=line&s%5B1%5D%5Bid%5D=PRS84006173&s%5B1%5D%5Brange%5D=1yr

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I tried looking for the charted at research.stlouisfed.org and couldn't seem to find it. Do you have a link for it? I am extremely interested in reading the blurb that goes with it.

http://www.frumforum.com/incredible-shrinking-workers-income

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It appears to me that the trendline really dipped down around 1980, not 2000.

I wonder what impact technology/computers had on this...


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Alot. I'm not ready to pin everything on reganomics. Alot of this has to do with globalisation.

You didn't notice the inverse relationship to tightening security along the border? Not a coincidence, I bet. Open borders are better for business, and what's good for business is good for employees.

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