Private-sector pay fails to keep up with inflation

With the U.S. economic recovery 4 years old, private-sector wages have stagnated and aren't keeping up with inflation. Labor Department data show that average hourly pay for a nonsupervisor outside government was $8.77 last month, down from $8.85 in June 2009, when the recession ended.

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