Recovery Benefits Profits, Not Workers

April 14, 2004

In "The Rising Tide of Corporate Profits and the Ebbing of Labor Compensation," Northeastern University analysts argue that the benefits from the current recovery are off balance -- with corporate profits and proprietors' income rising while the wage and salary workers' earnings have risen only modestly or not at all, despite rising productivity. This pattern is unprecedented for a post-World War II recovery.


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