New Census Data
Wage Theft
Corporate Inversions
Raising America's Pay

EPI’s analyses of new Census data examine the state of the recovery from the Great Recession and its aftermath and what the numbers mean for America’s families. Read more

Wage theft costs U.S. workers as much as $50 billion a year and affects far more people than more well-known forms of robbery. For low-wage workers, wage losses can total nearly 10 percent of their annual earnings. Read the report

The recent uptick in corporate inversions is threatening to cost Americans taxpayers billions in lost revenue. Read the report

American workers have seen little to no real wage growth in the past 30 years. Real (inflation adjusted) hourly wages fell for most Americans in the first half of 2014. Read report

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