Category: Federal Reserve, Real Estate, Think Tank, Wages & Income

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One Response to “Generations X and Y: Facing Economic and Financial Challenges in the Shadow of the Baby Boom”

  1. dsawy says:

    Want to improve the wage stability and household income for the uneducated and lower 40% of wage earners?

    Stop immigration. Stop illegal and legal immigration.

    The market is flooded with cheap labor. As long as the political calculus in DC remains beholden to corporate interests who want cheap labor, people at the lower skill levels will never see their incomes rise. The labor market is vastly over-supplied with lower-skill bodies.