Does globalization also contribute to rising inequality in the U.S.? Its complicated.
Technology is not the only reason workers’ wages have suffered. Lower bargaining power isn’t helping either.
Machines are good at routine tasks. This fact has spelled trouble for middle-income workers.
One culprit for slow growth among middle-income workers could be technology, which tends to benefit some workers more than others.
If you thought no one was doing well, you were wrong. The rich are.
Over the last forty years, one expects racial inequality in income to have lessened. It has not.
Although last week’s post provided some predictably depressing news — falling income for middle-class men and stalled progress for women…
How middle-income workers have seen their incomes fall, while women have seen their progress stall.
In coal country, married women are filling in the gap left by struggling husbands. Is this happening nationwide?
A little bit about why I care about inequality, and why I hope you will too.