Four news stories caught my attention this week, all dealing with wage and income in the United States. With more than 203,000 newly employed Americans in November and the unemployment rate at 7 percent, economic expectations were exceeded. To add to the good news, the third-quarter gross domestic product, the GDP, hit an annual adjusted rate of 3.6 percent.
DAVID ROSMAN: Low minimum wage affects the underemployed work force
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