In the past 25 years, real wages for workers in this country have continued to rise along with productivity and profits.
The gap between the rich and poor has been widening over the last two decades.
Today, annual incomes for most minority families are comparable to incomes for white families.
In 1998 average pay for Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of America's largest corporations was $1,000 per hour.
The low levels of official unemployment mean there are more good jobs available than we have workers to fill them.
Workers in the U.S. have the highest standard of living in the world.
Since the end of the recession in 1991, American families have reduced their debt.
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