September 2, 2000. FPI’s Labor Day 2000 report: New York’s working families are still waiting for prosperity. Wage and income gains lag for most New Yorkers.

“While workers in most of the nation are experiencing strong wage and income growth, the situation facing New York’s working men and women is improving at a snail’s pace,” said Frank Mauro, executive director of the Fiscal Policy Institute.  Mauro’s comments were based on the new edition of The State of Working America, advance copies of which are being released today by the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute.

Published On: September 2nd, 2000|Categories: Economic Outlook, Economic Trends & Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations|

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September 2, 2000. FPI’s Labor Day 2000 report: New York’s working families are still waiting for prosperity. Wage and income gains lag for most New Yorkers.

“While workers in most of the nation are experiencing strong wage and income growth, the situation facing New York’s working men and women is improving at a snail’s pace,” said Frank Mauro, executive director of the Fiscal Policy Institute.  Mauro’s comments were based on the new edition of The State of Working America, advance copies of which are being released today by the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute.

Published On: September 2nd, 2000|Categories: Economic Outlook, Economic Trends & Policy, Reports, Briefs and Presentations|

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