Here’s a question to test your knowledge of recession-time economics. In a downturn, will high-paying jobs outnumber minimum-wage jobs, or the opposite?
That’s kind of a trick question. The answer is “both.”
Surprised? It gets even more puzzling. There’s a chance the median wage could increase, too — as it did in Washington state during the recession.
Read more in the Everett Herald.
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