...Those in the bottom 25 percent saw wages advance 4.5 percent, while the top 25 percent lagged, with pay rising just 2.9 percent.
...Those ages 16 to 24 saw wages climb 8.4 percent.
...While job stayers earned 3.2 percent more money, job switchers scored an extra 4.3 percent.
...2.9 percent wage growth, from December 2018 to December 2019, lags the Atlanta Fed's figures but still approximates the 3 percent mark that seems to trigger warmth and toastiness.
...Since Trump's victory, these markets have rocketed 53 percent, 58 percent, and 77 percent, respectively, as of Thursday's highest-ever closing bells.
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