For 106 consecutive months, the U.S. labor market has added jobs. But even though there’s plenty of work to go around, much of it is low-paying since wages have not grown as fast as expected. This video looks at the some of the factors contributing to low wage growth in the U.S., such as automation and the decline of unions.
- How has the rise of automation contributed to low wage growth?
- Do you think wage growth would be higher if more American workers joined labor unions? Why or why not?