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CEOs Hire Disabled Americans In Trump’s Tight Labor Market

President Donald Trump’s tight labor market is forcing CEOs to hire disabled people as they fight hard against their worst-case scenario — raising average wages for average workers to persuade them taking a higher-wage job at a nearby company.  

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Rising Wages Help Trump Reach for Victory in November

Tells of millions of Americans are likely to get 4 percent wage raises this year, likely helping President Donald Trump and his pro-American immigration policy win a huge political victory in the 2018 midterm elections.

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Census Bureau: Mens’ Wages Remain Below 1973 Levels

Americans’ median pay packets have been flat since 1973, even though the vastly expanded federal government has justified its own salaries and its many massive spending and policy programs as a sure-fire way to boost education, productivity, and wages.

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