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Blame the rise of the machines for stagnant wages, Conference Board economist says.
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Automation, rather than globalization, has hollowed out middle-income jobs.
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With wages soaring in information, culture and media, that bachelor of arts degree might pay off after all.
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Minimum wage isn't keeping up with the rising cost of living, many argue.
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But that could be good news for indebted households.
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Alberta sees the biggest decline in wages, but Ontario and B.C. wages are losing steam as well.
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The average inflation-adjusted wage in Canada is 0.9% lower than a year ago.
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Earnings grew in educational services and construction. Beyond that? Not much.
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At least you can count on the snail moving somewhere.
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Inflation-adjusted wages are falling even in booming parts of the country.
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Wealth is shifting from oil producers to oil importers at a rate of $400 for every person on the planet, every year.
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Paycheques in Alberta and Saskatchewan are getting smaller.
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One of the main reasons many economists say Canada is in a “technical recession” and not a “real recession” is that jobs and wages somehow held up through the slowdown. But those who argue Canadian co...