While workers are seeing modest real wage growth, it is much less than would be expected with the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years.
In addition to boosting wages, it will take major policy changes, like making child care more universally available and affordable, to offset the skyrocketing costs of living for American workers.
The following facts should have been reported by the mainstream media, but unfortunately most of that media is controlled by the very people who have reason to hide the facts.
In spite of the unusually low unemployment rate there is little evidence of wage acceleration.
The reality of the unemployment situation inside the U.S. is much grimmer than any politician or bureaucrat would ever want to admit.
The biggest mistake policymakers in Washington could make right now is to assume that what we're seeing right now resembles actual "full employment."
Thousands of residents in New Jersey will soon lose their food stamps because of Gov. Chris Christie.