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    bipartisanship..., 2011-10-20 12:23:14 | Main | I missed this early OWS endors..., 2011-10-25 21:59:26

    trickle up:

    David Cay Johnston, +emph:

    The median paycheck half made more, half less fell again in 2010, down 1.2 percent to $26,364. That works out to $507 a week, the lowest level, after adjusting for inflation, since 1999. ... While median pay the halfway point on the salary ladder declined, average pay rose because of continuing increases at the top. Average pay was $39,959 last year, up $46 or less than a buck a week compared with 2009. Average pay peaked in 2007 at $40,764, which is $15 a week more than average weekly wage income in 2010.

    The number of workers making $1 million or more rose to almost 94,000 from 78,000 in 2009.


:: posted by buermann @ 2011-10-20 12:58:56 CST | link





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