Graph depicting Wages as a Percentage of Productivity
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Sources: Conference Board   EPI

Last updated: March 16, 2016


Wages as a Percentage of Revenues Left Over After Non-Labor Expenses Have Been Paid

Description: The graph shows the percentage of the productivity of American workers is passed on to the worker as wages for every year since 1950.

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