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  • Why aren’t millennial wages growing?

    WBUR - 03/08/2016

    Brendan Duke, associate director of economic policy at the Center for American Progress. Author of the new report, “When I Was Your Age: Millennials and the Generational Wage Gap.” (@brendan_duke)

    Alicia Sasser Modestino, professor of economics and public policy at Northeastern University. (@SasserModestino)

    Center for American Progress: When I Was Your Age — “By all rights, Millennials—people born between 1981 and 1997—should be the highest-paid generation in American history. They are, after all, the most likely to hold a college degree and are working in a period of unsurpassed productivity. Unfortunately, more education and a more productive economy have not paid off for working Millennials.”

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