A new report shows that while rental increases are common, wages are not keeping pace
A look at what is (and isn't) different, 30+ months after the pandemic began
Part 5/5: Prices for child care, rent, and health insurance have risen faster than wages for years
Part 4/5: The gap between the top 1% and everyone else in the U.S. continues to widen
Part 3/5: Recent wage gains for workers are dwarfed by growth in corporate profits
Part 2/5: While high-wage sectors have grown, low- and moderate-wage jobs are still making up pandemic losses
Part 1/5: Unemployment continues to decline -- but there's substantial room for improvement.
To rebuild, we need to create good jobs, eliminate structural barriers to employment, and value caregiving