Workers miss out on gain from growth across the OECD

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Incomes and Inequality

Workers are gaining less of the proceeds from economic growth right across the OECD, according to a report published today from the independent think tank the Resolution Foundation. The report, Painful Separation, examines the relationship between economic growth and wages for workers on middle (median) wages over the last 30 years in 10 major OECD … Continued

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Ordinary workers missing out on gains from growth

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Incomes and Inequality

The share of national income going to the bottom half of earners in Britain has fallen dramatically over the last 30 years, according to new analysis by the independent think tank the Resolution Foundation.  These ordinary workers have seen their share of GDP fall by a quarter, at the same time as the share going … Continued

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Growth without gain?

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Incomes and Inequality

The living standards of people on low to middle incomes were already faltering prior to the recession, and it is no longer safe to assume they will rise when steady economic growth returns, according to new analysis by the independent think tank the Resolution Foundation. The major new report, Growth without gain?, reveals that even … Continued

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