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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

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Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

Continue Reading

$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

Continue Reading

$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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$28.25: the minimum wage D.C. would need to support a modest 2-bedroom

Shared from on 1 April 2014

Much attention has been paid to the fact that the federal minimum wage has not kept pace with inflation (or with increases in worker productivity, or with the rising incomes of the 1 percent). But in a much less abstract sense, federal and loca...

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GSK to scrap individual sales targets

Shared from on 20 December 2013

British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.

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GSK to scrap individual sales targets

Shared from on 20 December 2013

British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.

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GSK to scrap individual sales targets

Shared from on 20 December 2013

British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.

...

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GSK to scrap individual sales targets

Shared from on 20 December 2013

British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.

...

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GSK to scrap individual sales targets

Shared from on 20 December 2013

British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.

...

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GSK to scrap individual sales targets

Shared from on 20 December 2013

British drug company GlaxoSmithKline said Tuesday it would stop paying doctors to promote its products at speaking engagements and scrap individual sales targets, months after its ethics were challenged by a bribery scandal in China.

...

Continue Reading