Since the end of the Great Recession nearly a decade ago the US has seen consistent growth and falling unemployment, but wages have remained relatively stagnant, a trend which many have attributed to the decline in workers’ bargaining power. Nathan Wilmers argues that this flat wage growth may also be down to the rise of outsourcing and large buyers. […]
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