We can't just sit back if we want to share the benefits of recovery

We can't just sit back if we want to share the benefits of recovery

London : United Kingdom | Sep 22, 2012 at 2:21 PM PDT
Source: Guardian Unlimited
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Full employment can lift low wages even in a flexible labour market. Photograph: Rex Features Today, not surprisingly, the only question is when will growth return but at some point it will become who does growth benefit? If we stay on our current track, the answer is going to be higher income households... FULL ARTICLE AT Guardian Unlimited
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