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TitleThe State of Working Minnesota 2016
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PublisherMinnesota Budget Project
DateSeptember 2016
Pages7 pp.
DescriptionA review of recent economic information reveals that too many working Minnesotans still lack the quality jobs that would allow them to support themselves and their families. This study finds that: wages for low-wage workers are lower now than in 2000, when adjusted for inflation; many Minnesota workers earn less than what it takes to support a family of three; and people of color are more likely than other Minnesotans to be underemployed or unemployed.
Filed inEconomy > Economic profiles and data, Disparities > Economy and workforce
TopicsDisparities, Economy
Added11/09/2016 12:55pm

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