I remember when one of president Trumps policies that affected millions of American's

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They got pay increases

The Labor Department reported the biggest hourly pay increase in eight years in Friday's jobs report -- an average increase of 2.9% for private sector employees.

"The job market is very tight and getting tighter," said Mark Zandi, chief economist with Moody's Analytics. "Businesses are struggling to hire or hang onto people so they have no choice but to raise wages"

Part of that boost came at the low end of the pay scale, since an estimated 4.5 million minimum wage workers in 18 states got raises when their states boosted the minimum wage on Jan. 1.
 

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They got pay increases

The Labor Department reported the biggest hourly pay increase in eight years in Friday's jobs report -- an average increase of 2.9% for private sector employees.

"The job market is very tight and getting tighter," said Mark Zandi, chief economist with Moody's Analytics. "Businesses are struggling to hire or hang onto people so they have no choice but to raise wages"

Part of that boost came at the low end of the pay scale, since an estimated 4.5 million minimum wage workers in 18 states got raises when their states boosted the minimum wage on Jan. 1.
I remember when his policy of keeping the seriousness of Covid-19 was for closed interviews and select investor groups, leading to 228,000 dead in about 8 months. making us #1.
 
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They got pay increases

The Labor Department reported the biggest hourly pay increase in eight years in Friday's jobs report -- an average increase of 2.9% for private sector employees.

"The job market is very tight and getting tighter," said Mark Zandi, chief economist with Moody's Analytics. "Businesses are struggling to hire or hang onto people so they have no choice but to raise wages"

Part of that boost came at the low end of the pay scale, since an estimated 4.5 million minimum wage workers in 18 states got raises when their states boosted the minimum wage on Jan. 1.
I remember when his policy of keeping the seriousness of Covid-19 was for closed interviews and select investor groups, leading to 228,000 dead in about 8 months. making us #1.
irrelevant gibberish :bsflag::offtopic:
 

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They got pay increases

The Labor Department reported the biggest hourly pay increase in eight years in Friday's jobs report -- an average increase of 2.9% for private sector employees.

"The job market is very tight and getting tighter," said Mark Zandi, chief economist with Moody's Analytics. "Businesses are struggling to hire or hang onto people so they have no choice but to raise wages"

Part of that boost came at the low end of the pay scale, since an estimated 4.5 million minimum wage workers in 18 states got raises when their states boosted the minimum wage on Jan. 1.
You must be kidding right?
millions out of jobs, businesses are shutting down, people dying by the thousands....because the idiot in chief played the virus down since day one and he continues to do so.
 
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They got pay increases

The Labor Department reported the biggest hourly pay increase in eight years in Friday's jobs report -- an average increase of 2.9% for private sector employees.

"The job market is very tight and getting tighter," said Mark Zandi, chief economist with Moody's Analytics. "Businesses are struggling to hire or hang onto people so they have no choice but to raise wages"

Part of that boost came at the low end of the pay scale, since an estimated 4.5 million minimum wage workers in 18 states got raises when their states boosted the minimum wage on Jan. 1.
You must be kidding right?
millions out of jobs, businesses are shutting down, people dying by the thousands....because the idiot in chief played the virus down since day one and he continues to do so.
no really working-class Americans did get a raise in their income because of President Trump's policies millions are out of work because of the democrat governors. I have no pity for the dumbasses who are out of work and allowing the governors to force them to stay out of work.
 

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