WASHINGTON — Wages and benefits paid to U.S. workers posted a modest gain in the fourth quarter, ending a year in which recession-battered workers saw their compensation rise by the smallest amount on record going back more than a quarter-century.
US wages and benefits rise at slowest rate since 1980s
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