What the new job numbers don't say

Posted on AllSides August 6th, 2016
From The Center

The big economic news Friday was that the United States economy added 255,000 new jobs in July, more than expected.

But beyond the much-touted employment numbers was another development that offers at least a spark of hope for American workers: Wages are growing at their strongest annual pace in seven years, according the Labor Department figures.

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