American workers are working harder and getting less, but liberal organizations are distorting how much less they are getting. Okiedokie. Brandon Stewart with the brilliant display of brand stewardship skills:
Looking only at cash income ignores the real gains that workers have seen in the form of rising benefits. Chart 3 shows productivity growth and total compensation growth since 1987. The gap between productivity and pay, though still large, is significantly narrower than in Chart 1. While productivity has risen 53 percent, workers' total compensation has risen 28 percent.
Almost two decades after Michael Hollings was put on death row for the murders of 76 men, women, and children across Missouri, evidence uncovered by an exclusive Onion investigation has exonerated him of three of the brutal slayings, restoring his dignity when he thought all had been lost.
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