Why wages still are rising

02/23/2009 | New Yorker, The

Amid the massive layoffs across the country, the average worker's wages increased 4% in the past year. Economists say this trend is not unusual for a recession because companies are worried about retention and production. If they cut wages, their star performers will find other jobs and they'll be stuck with the low-producing workers.

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